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A shop sold 216 pairs of shoes in a month, which was equal to 60% of the number of pairs in the shop. How many pairs of shoes were in the shop at first??

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  1. This is worked the same way as your previous problem.

    0.6x = 216

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  2. 216*1.6 sorry don't have a calc but that will give u the answer

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  3. ook thanksss

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