# Math

Two stores carry a similar stereo for the same original price of \$573. One store offers a 16% discount and the second store sells the stereo for \$458.40. Which store gives the bigger percent discount? Justify your answer.

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1. (573 - 458.4) / 573.7 =

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Ms. Sue
2. why 573.7

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3. OOOps! That's a typo. It should be 573.

Sorry.

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Ms. Sue
4. Ms. Sue what does the / mean?

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5. Divide

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6. The second store price is cheaper beacuse 16% of 573 gives off \$91.68 and when u do that u get \$481.32 so 458.40 is cheaper.
Hope this helped

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7. Thanks gracie!

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8. Thank you so much!

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9. Thank you so much!

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10. WHOOOTTTT YEA A++++++++++

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11. ugh BTS Army chill

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12. i don't go to connexus btw

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13. jw can any body tell me what the name of the lead singer of imagine dragons is LOL :)

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14. Lead singer of imagine dragons Is Daniel Coulter Reynolds. So random but XD

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15. thanks this helped lots

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16. Well...gracie? Could you show all that you said in that answer into a problem?

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17. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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18. lol i some gum

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19. im so confused on how this went from talking about math then imagine dragons

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20. 16% of 573 is 91.68 and 80% of 573 is 458.40. idk if this helps at all

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21. I'm a little confused cause 16% of 573 is 91.68 so isnt it cheaper cause 80% of 573 is 458.40 and 91.68 is less than 458.40 ?

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22. ohh is it like which percent is bigger?

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23. Thanks gracie-san :}

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24. tysm gracie this helped a lot!!!!!!

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