A retailer returned 2485 defective items to the manufacturer and received a credit for the retail price of $0.86 2/3¢ per item less a discount of 5/6 of the retail price. What was the amount of the credit received by the​ retailer?

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  1. 0.86 2/3 * 2485 = 2153 2/3
    Now subtract 5/6 of the retail, whatever that was.

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