With terms of 2/10, n/30:
Credit period is 10 days from date of invoice
Credit period is 40 days
Credit period extends into 1st ten days of next month
Credit period is 30

days from date of invoice
None of these

With terms of 2/10, n/30: Credit period is 30 days from date of invoice. 2/10, n/30 simply means you get a discount if you pay the invoice in 10 days, but the invoice is due in 30 days.

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The Noodles & Company loaction in Parker, Colorado, sells its Pad Thai for $4.25 of a small, $5.25 for a regular with an additional $2.00 for protein for either size. If Noodles & Company is making a 300% markup based on the cost on their food, what is the cost of a small size Pad Thai with protein?
**Weegy:** 6.25/300 **User:** can you show your work? **Weegy:** Small size cost with Protein: $5.25+$2.00=$6.25*300%=$18.75 is the answer **User:** 5. What would you save on a meal of a large Pad Thai ($5.25) with protein if you typically tip 20%? How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50?
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The Noodles & Company location in Parker, Colorado, sells its Pad Thai for $4.25 of a small, $5.25 for a regular with an additional $2.00 for protein for either size. If Noodles & Company is making a 300% markup based on the cost on their food, What is the corresponding markup based on selling prices?
**Weegy:** $ 0.19 is the corresponding markup based on selling price. source - **User:** can show your work **Weegy:** I apologize, but I was not your previous expert. What would you like me to show work for? **User:** The Noodles & Company location in Parker, Colorado, sells its Pad Thai for $4.25 of a small, $5.25 for a regular with an additional $2.00 for protein for either size. If Noodles & Company is making a 300% markup based on the cost on their food, What is the corresponding markup based on selling prices?
**Weegy:** $ 0.19 is the corresponding markup based on selling price. source - **User:** can you show your work? **Weegy:** 4.25=x+3x is the equation to use to solve for the market value. 4.25=4x, 4.25/4=x the value of x=1.0625. The original market value of the small Pad Thai is $1.06 (More)

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$120,00 was paid to 16 of Washburn's salepeople in override commisions. (A) What was the average amount paid to wach salesperson? (B) What amount of the average sales commission will go toward the salesperson's Social Security tax? (C) What amount will go toward Medicare?
\ **Weegy:** $7500 was the average amount paid to each salesperson **User:** can you show your work? **Weegy:** $120,00 / 16 = $7500 **User:** (B) (More)

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7. If a regular Pad Thai with protein cost $11.50 in Annapolis, Maryland, how much more are you paying in Maryland than in Parker, Co? ($5.25 regular with additional $2.00 for protein) What percent is this different? **Weegy:** You would pay $4.25 more in Maryland than if you bought it in Parker, CO. That would be 59 percent different **User:** can you show your work? **Weegy:** If Pad Thai cost $ 5.25 plus $2.00 for protein in Parker colorado and it cost $11.50 with protein in Annalopis, Maryland then here is the solution: 11.50-(5.25+2.00) = $ 4.25 . [ The difference is $4.25 percentage isa computed as [4.25/(5.25+2.00)]x100 = 58.6 % or 59 %. I hope this help you. ] **User:** THANK YOU **Weegy:** welcome (More)

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2. Washburn is seeking a Sales and Marketing Coordinator with a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, knowledgeable in Microsoft Office. This position pays $25,000 to $35,000, depending on experience. Assume a person is paid weekly and earns $32,500. Using the percentage method, what would be the taxes withheld for a married person who claims 3 exemptions?

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