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With terms of 2/10, n/30:
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User: 2/10, n/30 means the credit period is 30 days from end of discount period.

User: The net price equivalent rate of 9/15/18 is

User: Contribution margin is:

User: what is a Contribution margin is:

User: With terms of 2/10, n/30:

Weegy: Hello, what is your question?
vcj2028|Points 371|

User: A local Dunkin Donuts makes blueberry muffins that cost $.69 each. Past experience shows that 15% of the muffins will spoil and have to be discarded. Assuming this donut shop wants a 30% markup based on cost and produces 200 muffins, each muffin should sell for:

Weegy: The muffins would need to sell for $1.06 a piece.
czarayne12|Points 215|

User: Joe Company in 2006 had sales of $800,000. In 2007 sales were up 75 percent. Calculate the sales for 2007

Weegy: $1,400 is the answer
KnowledgeGirl|Points 285|

User: .0066 percent converted to decimal is

Weegy: .0066 percent converted to decimal is .000066



User: 60 days from Nov. 19 is

Weegy: 60 days from Nov. 19 2011 would be Wednesday January 18, 2012.
Knoth127|Points 30|

User: true or false 33 percent in fraction is 33/100.

User: At the Boston Children's Museum, it was estimated 38% of all visitors are from in state. On Saturday, 8,000 people attended the museum. What is the number of out of state people in attendance?

Weegy: 100%-38% = 62% Hence the answer is 62 / 100 * 8000 = 4960 people.
Controler|Points 3928|

User: true or false A rate of 40 percent could be expressed as 2/5.

User: An invoice dated March 6 with terms of 1/10, E.O.M. results in the end of the discount period on

User: 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
jameshand|Points 2049|

User: true or false Markup represents an amount needed to cover operating expenses

Weegy: True. Markup represents an amount needed to cover operating expenses.
Expert answered|topshi|Points 2083|

User: 750 is what percent of 900 (Round to nearest tenth of a percent).

Weegy: 83.33%
Expert answered|topshi|Points 2083|

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Contribution margin, or dollar contribution per unit, is the selling price per unit minus the variable cost per unit.
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