Socks

One pair of socks worth CZK 27. Set of 3 pairs of these socks are sold with 10% discount. How many will we pay CZK for two offered sets of socks?

Correct answer:

x =  145.8 Kc

Step-by-step explanation:

p=27 s=3 p (110/100)=3 27 (110/100)=72910=72.9 x=2 s=2 72.9=7295=7295 Kc=145.8 Kc



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