Welcome to the latest and greatest of the SAT Math Challenge problems :). This is a VERY tough series problem, so don’t be hard on yourself if you don’t get it the first time. Try your hand at a solution first, and then watch the video to see if you got the answer right.
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SAT Question of the Day
The price of a pair of sneakers was $80 for the last six months of last year. On January first, the price increased 20%. After the price increase, an employee bought these sneakers with a 10% employee discount. What price did the employee pay?