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This depends on what you mean by a tip was taken out, and the price is 26. If the base price (not counting the tip) is 26, the answer is 26. If you mean the price including the tip is 26, that means 115% of the base price is 26, so divide 26 by 1.15. The answer, rounded to 2 decimal places, is 22.61.

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Q: A 15 percent tip was taken out. the price is 26 how much would it be without the 15 percent?

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