Two shops

In two different shops, the same skis had the same price. In the first, however, they first became more expensive by 20% and then cheaper by 5%. In the second, they were first cheaper by 5% and then more expensive by 30%, so after these adjustments in the second store, they sold them by 33.25 euros more expensive. What was the original price of these skis?

Correct answer:

x =  350 Eur

Step-by-step explanation:

p1=100%+20%=1+10020=1.2 p2=100%5%=11005=0.95  p3=100%+30%=1+10030=1.3  x p1 p2+33.25=x p2 p3 x 1.2 0.95+33.25=x 0.95 1.3  0.095x=33.25  x=0.09533.25=350  x=350=350 Eur

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