Discount

The dress was discounted by CZK 115, which was 12% of the original price. What is the cost of the dress after the discount?

Correct answer:

b =  843.33 Kc

Step-by-step explanation:

a 12/100=115  12a=11500  a=28753958.333333  b=a115=958.3333115=25303 Kc=843.33 Kc



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