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Find the product of 543.1187 and 100. A. 54,311.87 B. 5.431187 C. 5,431.187 D. 54.31187
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User: Find the product of 543.1187 and 100. A. 54,311.87 B. 5.431187 C. 5,431.187 D. 54.31187

Weegy: 5,4311.87
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User: A real estate broker sold your house for $72,000. The broker's commission was 6% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid? A. $76,320 B. $67,680 C. $73,200 D. $70,800





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