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A department store offers two promotions. Promotion A says, "Buy one pair of shoes, get the second pair for half the price." Promotion B says, "Buy one pair of shoes, get \($10\) off the second pair." Jane wants to buy two pairs of shoes that cost \($30 \) each. She can only use one of the promotions, A or B. Jane decides to use the promotion that will save her the most money. How many dollars does Jane save by picking one promotion over the other? (For example, if Jane spends \($150\) on her purchase by using one promotion and $100 on her purchase by using the other promotion, she saves \($150 - $100 = $50 \) by using the second promotion over the first.)

 Jan 6, 2021
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Promotion A - pair 1 - 30 pair 2 - 1/2*30=15 

30+15=45

Promotion B - Pair 1 - 30 pair 2 - 30-10=20 30+20=50

Promotion A will save her 5 dollars.

 Jan 6, 2021

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