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Discounts
Taxes and Tips
Discounts, Taxes, and Tips
Cristobal bought a cup of tea for $
3.68
. A
25
% packaging fee was added, followed by a
25
% discount for using a mobile app. How much did Cristobal pay in total?
¢
Answer
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Hint
Can you answer 10 correctly?
The product of 368, 125%, and 75% is
?
When multiplying a number by a percentage, convert the percentage to a fraction, and then multiply the fraction by the number.
For example, if you want to multiply 50 by 20%:
Convert 20% to a fraction (i.e.,
20
100
=
1
5
)
Multiply the number by the fraction (i.e., 50 x
1
5
= 10)
Strategies:
Break Apart
,
Compensation
,
Distributive Property