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Q: A concert ticket that originally cost $18.50 is on sale for $14.00. What is the percent of decrease, rounded to the nearest tenth?
A. 22.6% B. 24.3% C. 28.8% D. 32.1%
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User: A concert ticket that originally cost $18.50 is on sale for $14.00. What is the percent of decrease, rounded to the nearest tenth? A. 22.6% B. 24.3% C. 28.8% D. 32.1%

Weegy: The percent of decrease is B. 24.3%
Expert answered|ANGEEELICA|Points 7787|

User: A table that originally cost $196 is on sale for $160.00. What is the percent of decrease, rounded to the nearest tenth? A. 18.4% B. 20.4% C. 22.5% D. 23.2%

Weegy: The percent of decrease is C. 22.5%
Expert answered|ANGEEELICA|Points 7787|

User: What is the result when 212 is decreased by 28%? A. 59.36 B. 136.52 C. 152.64 D. 165.25

Weegy: C. 152.64
Expert answered|ANGEEELICA|Points 7787|

User: In January, a dealership sold 164 vehicles. In February, the same dealership sold 23.8% fewer vehicles than they sold in January. How many vehicles were sold in February? A. 125 vehicles B. 132 vehicles C. 139 vehicles D. 203 vehicles

Weegy: D. 203 vehicles
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User: A store buys gym equipment for $84.00. The store then marks up the price of the gym equipment by 126%. What is the selling price of the gym equipment? A. $105.84 B. $126.34 C. $168.44 D. $189.84

Weegy: $189.84
Expert answered|ANGEEELICA|Points 7787|

User: thanks alot ANGELICA

Weegy: you are welcome, have a wonderful time and keep visiting Weegy , :))))
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A table that originally cost $196 is on sale for $160.00. The percent of decrease, rounded to the nearest tenth A. 18.4%. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In January, a dealership sold 164 vehicles. In February, the same dealership sold 23.8% fewer vehicles than they sold in January. How many vehicles were sold in February? A. 125 vehicles
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