# What is the price of a \$35 basketball that is on sale for 50% off.

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #5492274
2 months ago

\$ 17.5

Step-by-step explanation:

A product that is on 50% sale is half of its original cost. Hence a basketball that is 50% off is half of 35, or 17.5.

## Solution 2

Guest #5492275
2 months ago
You would do 35 divided by 2.So, 50% of 35 is 17.5

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