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A person's total revenue is g. After t percent of income tax

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A person's total revenue is g. After t percent of income tax is deducted, he deposited s to a certain account. Then, he denoted c percent of the remains. In terms of g, t, and s, how much money was left?

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getzgetzu wrote:
A person's total revenue is g. After t percent of income tax is deducted, he deposited s to a certain account. Then, he denoted c percent of the remains. In terms of g, t, and s, how much money was left?


TR = g
tax = t%
after tax = g - (t% of g)/100 = (100g-tg)/100
after deposit s = [(100g-tg)/100] - (s)
donation = c% of [(100g-tg)/100] - (s) = (c/100) [{(100g-tg)/100} - (s)]
after donation = [{(100g-tg)/100} - (s)] - [(c/100) {(100g-tg)/100} - (s)]

will correct, if any

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New post 19 May 2006, 12:46
Professor wrote:
getzgetzu wrote:
A person's total revenue is g. After t percent of income tax is deducted, he deposited s to a certain account. Then, he denoted c percent of the remains. In terms of g, t, and s, how much money was left?


TR = g
tax = t%
after tax = g - (t% of g)/100 = (100g-tg)/100
after deposit s = [(100g-tg)/100] - (s)
donation = c% of [(100g-tg)/100] - (s) = (c/100) [{(100g-tg)/100} - (s)]
after donation = [{(100g-tg)/100} - (s)] - [(c/100) {(100g-tg)/100} - (s)]

will correct, if any


yes this looks correct ... quite a mess here :)

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