Practice: The price of Clutch Pizza was originally $12. Clutch decides that everyone deserves more pizza and lowers the price to $10. Calculate the percentage change in the price of Clutch Pizza.

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Practice: The price of Clutch Pizza was originally $12. Clutch decides that everyone deserves more pizza and lowers the price to $10. Calculate the percentage change in the price of Clutch Pizza.

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Concept #1: Converting Percentages and Decimals

Concept #2: Calculating Percentage Change

Practice #1: Percentage Change

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