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m02#37 [#permalink] New post 06 Jan 2011, 11:02
A number of light bulbs were purchased to illuminate a gym. However, only of them were needed and 160 leftover light bulbs were returned. If only 60% percent of their cost, or $96, was reimbursed, how much money was spent on illuminating the gym?

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1/3 x = 160
x=480
x=total number of bulbs

60% is the cost of total cost of bulbs or cost of 160 leftover bulbs. :roll:
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