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Kinta Trading sells an item for RM90 less 25% and 10%. Softee Trading sells the same item for RM100 less 30%.
(a) Find the net prices of the item for the two companies.
(b) What additional discount percentage must be offered by the company that sells at a higher net price in order to meet the competitors price?

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  1. 90 * .75 * .90 = 60.75
    90 * .70 = 63.00
    so, 63 * what = 60.75?

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