Dave buys a baseball for $15 plus an 8% tax. Mel buys a football for $20 plus and 8% tax. Enter the difference, in dollars, of the amounts Dave and Mel pay, including tax. Round your answer to the nearest cent.
A store owner paid $15 for a book. The store owner marked up the book by 40% for its selling price. WHat was the selling price of the book?Answer must have a symbol and cents.
Doreen is buying a new pair of sunglasses. They cost $68 plus 7% sales tax. How can Doreen calculate the total cost of the sunglasses?Choose ALL that apply!
Divide $68 by .07
Divide $68 by 1.07
Multiply $68 by .07
Multiply $68 by 1.07
Solve for x: x = 107
Solve for x: x = 7
What is the total cost of a sweatshirt if the regular price is $42 and the sales tax is 5.5%?
A customer wants to tip 15% on a restaurant bill that is $35. What is the total bill with tip?
A haircut costs $20. Sales tax is 4.75%. Is $25 sufficient to cover the haircut with tax and a 15% tip?
A store pays $10 for a bracelet, and the markup is 115%. A customer will also pay a 5.5% tax. What will be the total cost of the bracelet to the nearest cent?Make sure you have something in your answer :) !!!
Ms. Taylor bought a water tube to pull behind her boat. THe tube cost $87 and 9% tax was added to the price. She gave the cashier five $20 bills. How much change should she have received?
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