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true or false The interest is the amount of money borrowed. (Points : 1)
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Updated 12/26/2011 9:34:11 PM
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The interest is the amount of money borrowed. This is false. Principal is the amount of money borrowed.
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The interest is the amount of money borrowed. (Points : 1) True False
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The interest is the amount of money borrowed. FALSE.
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Mr. Small, store manager for Jay's Appliance, is having a difficult time placing a selling price on a refrigerator that cost $410. Mr. Small knows his boss would like to have a 45 percent markup based on cost. The selling price should be:
Weegy: Markup Cost = 410(.45) = $184.5. The sellling price is now $184.5 (More)
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Updated 12/31/2011 8:49:28 PM
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$410 * 1.45 = $594.50. The selling price after a 45% markup based on cost is $594.50.
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I think what I actually did was mark down. My bad!
Added 12/31/2011 8:37:18 PM
You actually calculated the amount of the markup, rather than adding it to the cost.
Added 12/31/2011 8:39:52 PM
I see, I also reviewed the website where I got the formula. I only read the first part then proceed with my computation. Had I just scrolled down a little, I would have seen the complete one. I'll just be more careful the next time. The word MARKUP should have already given me the hint the the amount should go UP.
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No big deal, we all make mistakes.
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If you get a legal seperation in Kansas and you and your spouse get back together in Nevada and announce yourselves as husband and wife. How can the legal seperation still be binding
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If you and your spouse get a legal seperation in Kansas and you legally get back together as in you go through proper procedures to annul the separation then the Kansas situation is cleared up. Key words here are LEGAL. If you go through the court system you have to end it there as well. You cannot simply announce that you are back together unless you informally became separated.
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even if we moved back in together and announce our selves as husband and wife
Weegy: Your question was incomplete. What would you like to know about "even if we moved back in together and announce our selves as husband and wife" User: my husband and I got a legal seperation in Kansas and then after moving back to Nevada we got back together so I am trying to find out if our legal seperation is still binding even though we moved back in together and announce ourselves as husband and wife Weegy: Yes, the legal separation is still binding. (More)
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Updated 1/2/2012 4:40:52 PM
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If you and your spouse get a legal seperation in Kansas and you legally get back together as in you go through proper procedures to annul the separation then the Kansas situation is cleared up. Key words here are LEGAL. If you go through the court system you have to end it there as well. You cannot simply announce that you are back together unless you informally became separated.
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