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It cost Mr. Andrews 200,000 dollars to build a house. He sold it to Ms. Bond at a 10 percent profit. Later Ms. Bond sold it to Mr. Cash at a 10 percent loss. What is the positive difference between the amount Ms. Bond bought the house for and the amount Ms. Bond sold the house for?

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  1. Bond paid 200,000*1.1 = 220,000
    Cash paid 220,000*0.90 = ?

    then subtract

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  2. subtract what

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  3. the answer is 22000

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