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The price of a video game was reduced from $70.00 to $40.00. By what percentage was the price of the video game reduced? Justify your answer.

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  1. % change = (actual change) / (original price)

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  2. $70.00/$40.00=$1.75

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  3. Is that is or is there something else...I am so confuse

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  4. No. what was the actual change? from 70 to 40 is a change of 30
    what was the original price? 70
    to get correct answers, read things carefully.

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  5. I try my best, but I have trouble understanding things and that's why I came to Jiskha, this is my first time

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  6. So, do I divide 70/30?

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  7. The priced changed from 70 to 40. So, the % change is
    (40-70)/70 = -30/70 = -0.43 or -43%
    The negative value means that the price decreased. We didn't really need that for this problem, since we already knew that the change was a decrease. In other exercises, though, it may not be obvious at first, and your answer will have to reflect whether the change was positive or negative.

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