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In real estate, a house's selling price P is found by adding the real estate agent's commission C to the amount A that the seller of the house receives: P = A + C.

A homeowner plans to use a real estate agent to sell his house. He hopes to sell the house for

$165,000 and keep $156,750 of that. If everything goes as he has planned, how much will his real estate agent receive as a commission?

A homeowner plans to use a real estate agent to sell his house. He hopes to sell the house for

$165,000 and keep $156,750 of that. If everything goes as he has planned, how much will his real estate agent receive as a commission?

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