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A factory sells shoes at \$60 a pair. For 10 pairs of shoes there is a discount, whereby each pair costs \$58. For 20 pairs the cost is \$56 a pair and so on. Find the price of each pair of shoes on an order of 100 pairs of shoes and the total price on an order of 60 pairs of shoes.

Answer: \$40, \$2880 respectively. Thanks to anyone who helps

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