Levi had a coupon for 30% on his favorite clothing store. He uses it to buy a shirt and a pair of shorts. (A) Levi payed $36

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Levi had a coupon for 30% on his favorite clothing store. He uses it to buy a shirt and a pair of shorts.
(A) Levi payed $36 for the shorts after using the coupon. What was the regular price of the shorts?

(B) The normal price of the shirt is $22. What did Levi pay for the shirt?

(C) If the regular price of an item is p dollars, what is the discount price in dollars?

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Hưng Khoa 2 months 2022-12-21T00:23:02+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-12-21T00:24:29+00:00
    A: If Levi payed $36 for the shorts after using the coupon, the regular price of the shorts must have been 30/100 * $36 = $<<30/100*36=10.80>>10.80 higher.
    Therefore, the regular price of the shorts was $36 + $10.80 = $<<36+10.8=46.80>>46.80.
    B: If Levi had a coupon for 30% off and the normal price of the shirt is $22, the price of the shirt after using the coupon must have been 30/100 * $22 = $<<30/100*22=6.60>>6.60 lower.
    Therefore, Levi paid $22 – $6.60 = $<<22-6.6=15.40>>15.40 for the shirt.
    C:If the regular price of an item is p dollars, the discount price after using a coupon for 30% off will be p – (30/100 * p) dollars.
    Therefore, the discount price of an item in dollars is equal to the regular price minus 30/100 of the regular price. For example, if the regular price of an item is $22, the discount price after using a coupon for 30% off will be $22 – (30/100 * $22) = $22 – $6.60 = $<<22-6.6=15.40>>15.40.

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    2022-12-21T00:24:38+00:00

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