Jim picked a number of pears, each of which he sold, canned, or poached. If he canned 40 percent more than he poached, and he poached 60 percent fewer than he sold, approximately what percent of the pears did he sell?
I do not see why you would add 2.5p in the total number of pears picked should be the sum of the pears poached and canned. Which would be p +1.4p. Please email me asap with justification of why 2.5p was added.
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