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$99 CD player; 5 % tax. What is the total?

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A trampoline costs $220 and the sale tax is 6.25%. What is the total cost?

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Ty wants to buy exercise equipment that costs $140 and the sales tax is 5.75%. What is the total cost of the equipment?

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A customer wants to tip 15% on a restaurant bill that is $35. What will be the total bill with tip?

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A haircut costs $20. Sales tax is 4.75%. Is $25 sufficient to cover the haircut with tax and a 15% tip?

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Find the selling price of a $270 bicycle with a 24% markup.

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$18.99 CD; 6% markup

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What is the selling price of a pair of $40 skates with a 30% markup?

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A pair of shoes cost $24.95 wholesale. The store is going to mark them up 45%. What will they sell the shoes for?

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The Leather Depot buys a coat from a supplier for $90 wholesale and marks it up by 40%. If the retail price is $134.82 what is the sales tax?

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$64 jacket; 20% discount. Find the sale price.

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$7.50 admission; 20% off. Find the sale price.

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A shirt cost $45.50. It is on sale 30% off. If buy it today, you get an additional 20% off. What is the sale price?

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Carmen paid $10.50 for a T-shirt at the mall. It was on sale for 30% off. What was the original price?

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A chair that costs $210 was reduced by 40%. After the sale, the sale price was increased by 40%. What is the price of the chair?

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$640, 3%, 2 years

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$4,500, 9%, 3.5 years

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Abbie invests $590. Her account pays 7.2% simple interest. If she does not add or take out any money how much interest will her account earn in 4 years?

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$725, 6.25%, 36 months

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$175.80, 12%, 8 months

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What percent of 60 is 15?

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84 is 60% of what number?

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Find the percent of change to the nearest whole percent: $240 to $320.

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Find the percent of error: Mr. Jones estimates he will spend $120 at the grocery store. He actually spends $94.

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A new radio is prices at $30. The store has a end-of-the-year sale. All items in the store are discounted 40%. The sale tax is 7%. What is the total sale price?

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Yes, the cost would be $23.95.

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