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Mathematics, 23.06.2019 08:00 juanjuann

Dew in 10 i will mark as brian budgeted $1,000.00 for a new computer. he is shopping at an electronics store that is advertising a sale on all laptop and desktop computers. the store is offering the following discounts: laptop computer desktop computer 15% discount on all laptop computers priced greater than $1,000 25% discount on all desktop computers priced greater than $1,200 brian finds two computers that he is interested in purchasing- a laptop computer with an original price of $1,100.00, and a desktop computer with an original price of $1,365.00. use the store’s advertised discounts to determine which computer brian can afford to purchase today. in your final answer, include all of your calculations.

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