Product V2

The price of product was increased by 12%. Price increased by 273. How much money it would cost this product, if it was on the contrary by 19% discounted.

Result

x =  1842.75

Solution:


y*12/100=273
x = (1-19/100)*y

12y = 27300
100x-81y = 0

x = 73714 = 1842.75
y = 2275

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