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1 April, 11:10

A store purchases televisions from a factory for $/$$87.89 each. The store normally sells one of these televisions for 225$/%$ of the factory cost, but a store coupon gives 25$/%$ off this selling price. Ignoring tax, how much does a customer with this coupon pay for the television?

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  1. 1 April, 12:20
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    Answer:The amount that a customer with this coupon will pay is $148.3245

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The price at which the store purchases televisions from a factory is for $87.89 each. The store normally sells one of these televisions for 225% of the factory cost. This means that the price at which each television is sold at the store is

    225/100 * 87.89 = $197.7525

    The store coupon gives 25% off this selling price. The value of the coupon would be

    25/100 * 197.7525 = $49.428

    The amount that a customer with this coupon will pay for the television would be

    197.7525 - 49.428 = $148.3245
  2. 1 April, 12:43
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    168.75 is the answer most probably
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