Percents, Decimals, and Fractions By WilL

This guy, Bob, wants to buy this pair of glasses. They cost $25.00 but they are on sale for 30% off. How much money will he save on the glasses?

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Luigi wants to buy 23 fresh tomatoes for his marinara sauce. One tomato costs $1.50, five tomatoes for $5.00, and ten tomatoes for $15.00. The 10 tomatoes and the 1 tomato are both on sale for 15% off. How much money will it cost for Luigi to buy 23 fresh tomatoes?

Ella saved $25.50 on a purse. It cost $75.00 oringally. What percent was it on sale for?

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