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If 4 melons sell for $0.48, how much would 8 melons cost?
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User: If 4 melons sell for $0.48, how much would 8 melons cost?

Weegy: 8 melons would cost 0.96$
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User: If the sales tax is 5% and the purchase price is $263, what is the amount of tax? $

Weegy: Solution: 5% off 263 is equal to (5 x 5) / 100 = 13.15. So if you buy an item at $263 with 5% discounts, you will pay $249.85
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User: If the sales tax is 5% and the purchase price is $263, what is the amount of tax? $

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If the sales tax is 5% and the purchase price is $263, The amount of tax is $13.15.
$263*.05=$13.15
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