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Janet's Junk Shop is having its annual sale. Matt wants to buy a mixer that originally sold for $28.62 and is now on sale for off. Matt also has a coupon for an additional 15% off the discounted price. How much will Matt pay for the mixer?

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[latex]n\% \:\:off = (100 -n)\% \:\: of \:the\: original \:price[/latex] [latex]FinalPrice =[/latex] [latex](Original Price \times(\frac{100\% - Discount}{100\%}))\times(\frac{100\% - Discount_2}{100\%}) =[/latex] [latex]\big(\$28.62\times(\frac{100\% - 25\%}{100\%})\big) \times(\frac{100\% - 15\%}{100\%}) = [/latex] [latex]\big(\$28.62\times(\frac{3}{4})\big) \times(\frac{17}{20}) \approx \$18.25[/latex] Matt will pay [latex]\$18.25[/latex] for the mixer

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