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when calculating the inventory turnover at cost, the first step is to calculate the. a. cost of goods sold, b. average inventory at retail, c. average inventory at cost, d. inventory cycle **Weegy:** When calculating the inventory turnover at cost, the first step is to calculate the: a. cost of goods sold (More)

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if a store uses a selling price-based markup of 40%, and an item cost the store $300, what selling price would the store set for the item? a. $335, b. $400, c. $435, d. $500 **Weegy:** if a store uses a selling price-based markup of 40%, and an item cost the store $300, The selling price that the store set for the item is $420.
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if something starts out costing $500, and then is marked down by 25% on each of three separate occasions, what is the final price? a. $281.25, b. $250.00, c. $210.94, d. $ 125.00 **Weegy:** c. $210.94 (More)

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when multiple discounts are used, if an item is first discounted by 40%, then again by 30%, and then again by 10%, the final or cumulative discount is - off the original price. a. 62.2%, b. 70%, c. 72.6%, d. 80% **Weegy:** c. 72.6% (More)

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when multiple discounts are used, if an item is first discounted by 40%, then again by 30%, and then again by 10%, the final or cumulative discount is - off the original price. a. 62.2%, b. 70%, c. 72.6%, d. 80% **Weegy:** when multiple discounts are used, if an item is first discounted by 40%, then again by 30%, and then again by 10%, the final or cumulative discount is a. 62.2% off the original price. Illustrate using $100. 100*.7*.6*.9=37.8. [ 100-37.8=62.2 which is 62.2% ] (More)

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