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

Q: 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

A: 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.

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

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User: 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

Weegy: 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. Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 23914|

User: Zales bought a tea set for $1,400. Zales wants to markup the set 55% of the selling price. The selling price of the tea set should be:
$2,030
$2,300
$3,111.11
$3,111.10
None of these

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