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A real estate broker sold your house for $189,000. The broker's commission was 4.5% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?
You would get 180,495 for the house after commission is paid.
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User: A real estate broker sold your house for $189,000. The broker's commission was 4.5% of the selling price. How much would you get for the house after the commission is paid?





Weegy: You would get 180,495 for the house after commission is paid.
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User: Write 1,386 as the product of its prime factors.

Weegy: 2 x 3 x 3 x 7 x 11
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