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EXAMPLE 1 Finding a Sale Price You are shopping for a guitar and find one with an original price of $160. The store is offering a 30% discount on all guitars. What is the sale price of the guitar? Guitars

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EXAMPLE 1 Finding a Sale Price STEP 2 Subtract the discount from the original price. 160 – 48 112 = ANSWER The sale price of the guitar is $112. SOLUTION STEP 1 Find the amount of the discount. 48 = Write 30 % as a decimal. Multiply. Discount = 30% of $160 0.3(160) =

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GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find the sale price. 1. Original price: $25 Percent discount: 10% ANSWER The sale price is $22.50.

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GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find the sale price. 2. Original price: $85.50 Percent discount: 30% ANSWER The sale price is $59.85.

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GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find the sale price. 3. Original price: $14.20 Percent discount: 20% ANSWER The sale price is $11.36.

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GUIDED PRACTICE for Example 1 Find the sale price. 4. Original price: $136.24 Percent discount: 25% ANSWER The sale price is $102.18.

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