A student buys a pair of jean trousers at a 19% discount on the advertised price.if she wants to make a mark-up 20% after allowing a discount of 10%,by what percent should her marked price be greater than the original advertised price?

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  1. if the original cost is c, and her selling price is p, then

    .90p = .81c * 1.20
    p = 1.08c

    or, 8% more than the original price

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