A cosmetic store offer , Engineering Mathematics

A cosmetic store offer at RM245 for a package, consisting of a foundation, a compact powder and a lipstick, which is saving of 15% on the cost of buying the units indiviually. If bought individually the prices of the  three items are in the ratio 5:3:2. Measure the cost of each without discount.

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