16 September, 12:03

# Kenny and Nour each bought new sneakers for \$60. Kenny sold his sneakers to the used sneaker store for 25% less than the original price. Nour sold his sneakers to the used sneaker store for 30% less than his original price. How much more money did Kenny receive for his sneakers than Nour received for his sneakers?

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1. 16 September, 14:49
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Kenny sold his sneakers for \$45, 60*.25 (which is 25%) = 15, but that is 25% of 60, so you need to subtract that from 60, which is \$45. If you use the same principle for 30%, you end up with \$42. Subtract 42 from 45, and your answer is \$3.
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