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48 is what percent of 80?
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48 is what percent of 80?
60%
What percent of 40 is 8?
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What percent of 40 is 8?
20%
What is 72% of 18?
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What is 72% of 18?
12.96
14 is 24% of what number?
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14 is 24% of what number?
58 and 1/3
Fifteen students taking the state assessment exam forgot their calculator. Of the 250 students taking the exam, what percent forgot their calculator?
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Fifteen students taking the state assessment exam forgot their calculator. Of the 250 students taking the exam, what percent forgot their calculator?
6%
A video controller cost $39. If a 6.75% sales tax is added, what is the total cost?
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A video controller cost $39. If a 6.75% sales tax is added, what is the total cost?
$41.63
Nine is what percent of 30?
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Nine is what percent of 30?
30%
Find 60% of 30.
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Find 60% of 30.
18
20 is 40% of what number?
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20 is 40% of what number?
50
Marc purchases a lamp for $140. Sales tax is 6% on all purchases. How much sales tax did Marc pay?
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Marc purchases a lamp for $140. Sales tax is 6% on all purchases. How much sales tax did Marc pay?
$8.40
What is the percent of change from 14 inches of snowfall to 35 inches of snowfall?
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What is the percent of change from 14 inches of snowfall to 35 inches of snowfall?
150%
A runner ran 25 miles last week and 15 miles this week. Wha tis the percent of change? Identify if it is an increase or a decrease.
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A runner ran 25 miles last week and 15 miles this week. Wha tis the percent of change? Identify if it is an increase or a decrease.
decrease; 40%
A swimmer swam 300 meters yesterday and 420 meters today. What is the percent of change? Identify as an increase or decrease.
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A swimmer swam 300 meters yesterday and 420 meters today. What is the percent of change? Identify as an increase or decrease.
40%; increase
A coin dealer buys a coin for $850 and sells it for $1190. FInd the percent of change.
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A coin dealer buys a coin for $850 and sells it for $1190. FInd the percent of change.
40%
A bicycle originally priced at $225 was marked down 30%. After a week, the bicycle was marked down another 15% off the sale price. What is the percent of change from the original price to the final sale price?
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A bicycle originally priced at $225 was marked down 30%. After a week, the bicycle was marked down another 15% off the sale price. What is the percent of change from the original price to the final sale price?
-40.5% or 40.5% decrease
Mei buys a suit marked $60. She receives a 25% discount. What is the sale price of the suit?
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Mei buys a suit marked $60. She receives a 25% discount. What is the sale price of the suit?
$45
A store makes a profit of $8 on a sweater after a markup of 40%. What is the selling price of the sweater?
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A store makes a profit of $8 on a sweater after a markup of 40%. What is the selling price of the sweater?
$28
Maria buys a dress marked $54. She receives a 30% discount. What is the price of the dress?
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Maria buys a dress marked $54. She receives a 30% discount. What is the price of the dress?
$37.80
A store makes a profit of $15 on a wallet after a markup of 60%. What is the selling price of the wallet?
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A store makes a profit of $15 on a wallet after a markup of 60%. What is the selling price of the wallet?
$40
A $525 speaker now sells for $393.75. Find the percent of the discount.
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A $525 speaker now sells for $393.75. Find the percent of the discount.
25% discount or -25%
Fiona deposited $900 in the bank over 2 years. She earned $60 in simple interest at the end of the 2 years. What was the annual interest rate?
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Fiona deposited $900 in the bank over 2 years. She earned $60 in simple interest at the end of the 2 years. What was the annual interest rate?
3 1/3% or 3.3%
Julianna plans to borrow $3180 at 6.5% interest for 3.5 years. What amount of simple interest should she expect to pay? Round to the nearest dollar.
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Julianna plans to borrow $3180 at 6.5% interest for 3.5 years. What amount of simple interest should she expect to pay? Round to the nearest dollar.
$723
An investment of $100 is compounded annually at 8%. What is the total amount of money after 2 years?
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An investment of $100 is compounded annually at 8%. What is the total amount of money after 2 years?
$1166.40
Jacqueline plans to borrow $4520 at 4.5% for 10 years. What amount of simple interest should she expect to pay?
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Jacqueline plans to borrow $4520 at 4.5% for 10 years. What amount of simple interest should she expect to pay?
$2034
An investment of $2000 is compounded annually at 5%. What is the total amount of money after 3 years?
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An investment of $2000 is compounded annually at 5%. What is the total amount of money after 3 years?
$2315.25

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