Mark has been saving up for a $200 pair of sneakers. He has $120 so far. He just noticed that the sneakers he wants are on sale for 35% off.

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Mark has been saving up for a $200 pair of sneakers. He has $120 so far. He just noticed that the sneakers he wants are on sale for 35% off. Does Mark have enough money if his mom tells him she will pay for tax? If not how much more money does he need to save?

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Natalia 2 weeks 2021-11-15T11:33:17+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-11-15T11:34:21+00:00

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    Step-by-step explanation:

    Mark has been saving up for a $200 pair of sneakers.

    He just noticed that the sneakers he wants are on sale for 35% off. The value of 35% off the sneakers that he wants is

    35/100 × 200 = 0.35 × 200 = 70

    if his mom tells him she will pay for tax, then the amount that he has to pay for the sneakers is

    200 – 70 = $130

    He has $120. Therefore, he doesn’t have enough money to buy the sneakers.

    The amount that he needs to save is

    130 – 120 = $10

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