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Calculate the percentage discount on guitar cases, following a reduction from \$82 to \$30

Round your answer to a whole number, and remember to include appropriate units.

Mar 25, 2020
edited by Guest  Mar 25, 2020

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P price reduced from  \$ 82 to  \$ 30         82-30 = \$ 52  off

52 is what percentage of  82?

52/82  x 100% =  63.4 %  reduction   rounded  = 63% off

Mar 25, 2020
edited by ElectricPavlov  Mar 25, 2020

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82-30=52.

52/82 will be our answer :D

Hope this helped!

Mar 25, 2020
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thank you but i kinda need it as a percentage thanks a lot anyways

Guest Mar 25, 2020
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%  reduction =

(  [ Old Price  - New Price  ]  / [ Old Price]  x 100  )  %   =

( [ 80 - 32 ]  / [ 80 ] x 100 ) %  =

( 48/80  x 100)%  =

(  3/5 x 100)%  =

(.60 x 100)%  =

60 %

Mar 25, 2020
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CPhill! Wow!!! You beat me to it! LOL nice job :D

CalTheGreat  Mar 25, 2020
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Thank you very much this was very helpful for my maths homework ok bye

Guest Mar 25, 2020
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Glad I could help, even though it was mostly CPhill :D

Mar 25, 2020
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P price reduced from  \$ 82 to  \$ 30         82-30 = \$ 52  off

52 is what percentage of  82?

52/82  x 100% =  63.4 %  reduction   rounded  = 63% off

ElectricPavlov Mar 25, 2020
edited by ElectricPavlov  Mar 25, 2020
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hm.. wait a minute! EP is correct... what did CPhill do wrong???

CalTheGreat  Mar 25, 2020
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82 should be the denominator.

Mar 25, 2020
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Yeah..... CPhill, do you see what you did wrong? Or do you think you're correct?

CalTheGreat  Mar 25, 2020
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Thanks to EP for the correct answer   !!!!

CPhill  Mar 25, 2020
edited by CPhill  Mar 25, 2020