# Discount

Product has been discounted twice by 19%. What is the total discount given?

Correct result:

x =  34.39 %

#### Solution:

$x = 100\cdot (1-(1- \dfrac{ 19}{100})(1-\dfrac{ 19}{100})) = 34.39 \%$

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