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Find the discount. regular price = $8; discount rate = 75%
If the sale price is 1600.00 and the discount rate is 20 percent what is the regular price? 20% of 2 000.00 ... [ If the sale price is 75 find the regular price? ]
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User: Find the discount. regular price = $8; discount rate = 75%

Weegy: If the sale price is 1600.00 and the discount rate is 20 percent what is the regular price? 20% of 2 000.00 ... [ If the sale price is 75 find the regular price? ]


User: Find the discount. regular price = $8; discount rate = 75% A. $0.60 B. $0.75 C. $2 D. $6





Weegy: Find the discount. regular price = $8; discount rate = 75% A. $0.60 B. $0.75 C. $2 D. $6. Answer is $6
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The regular price of an item is $120. The item is on sale at a discount rate of 20%. The sale price of the item is $96.

20%=.20
120 * .20 = 24
120 - 24 = 96
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