Ice skates

Ice skates were raised twice, the first time by 25%, the second time by 10%. After the second price, their cost was 82.5 euros. What was the original price of skates?

Result

x =  60

Solution:


x*(1+25/100)*(1+10/100)=82.50

137.5x = 8250

x = 60

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