Tennis racket

Tennis racket became cheaper by 16% in winter. In the spring, the price increased by 15%. After this increase, it cost € 38. How much did the rocket cost in the winter before cheapening?

Correct answer:

x =  39.34 Eur

Step-by-step explanation:

k1=16%=116100=0.84 k2=15%=1+15100=1.15  x k1 k2=38 x 0.84 1.15=38  0.966x=38  x=39.337474=39.34 Eur



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