intermediate algebra

a jacket that used to cost $84 now costs $70. what is the percent decrease?

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  1. 84 - 70 = 14

    14/84 = 0.16666 = 16.7% decrease

  2. so it would be 210?
    thx 4 help

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  3. I told you the answer, and it's certainly not 210.

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