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A magazine advertisement states that a subscriber saves 75.6% off the cover price at news stands by purchasing a 17-issue subscription rather than purchasing the 17 issues separately at the cover price. If a 17-issue subscription costs $10.99, what is the average cover price of each magazine when bought at a news stand? Express your answer in dollars as a decimal to the nearest hundredth.

 Dec 22, 2020
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75.6 % OFF means you pay only    100 - 75.6 = 24.4 % of original price

24.4% *  p   = 10.99

.244  p = 10.99

p = 10.99/.244 = $ ...........      this is the price for 17 issues         now divide this number by 17 to find the 'each magazine ' price.

 Dec 22, 2020

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