If the average price of four pairs of shoes is $50, and three of those pairs of shoes are priced at $35, $40 and $55, what is the price of the fourth pair of shoes?

Let: x = price of the fourth shoes. ($35 + $40 + $55 + x) /4 = $50 $130 + x = $50(4) x = $200 - $130 x = $70

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Let: x = price of the fourth shoes.

($35 + $40 + $55 + x) /4 = $50

$130 + x = $50(4)

x = $200 - $130

x = $70

($35 + $40 + $55 + x) /4 = $50

$130 + x = $50(4)

x = $200 - $130

x = $70

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