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Weight is best described as A. the amount of matter in an object. B. a measure of gravitational force on an object. C. the interval between two events. D. the amount of surface included within a set of boundaries
Weight is best described as a measure of gravitational force on an object.
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Glenn Andrews recently bought a motorcycle for $3,950. If he had to pay 6% sales tax on the bike, what was the total cost of the motorcycle? A. $4,187 B. $3,713 C. $4,010 D. $2,370
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Glenn Andrews recently bought a motorcycle for $3,950. If he had to pay 6% sales tax on the bike, the total cost of the motorcycle was $4,187.
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Caroline bought 20 shares of stock at 101/2, and after 10 months the value of the stocks was 111/4. If Caroline were to sell all her shares of this stock, how much profit would she make? A. $225 B. $15 C. $210 D. $10
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Caroline bought 20 shares of stock at 10 1/2 and after 10 months the value of the stock was 11 1/4 if Caroline were to sell all her shares of this stock, her total profit is $15.
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