You have made \$3,000.00 on the sale of your stock . The original cost of the stock was \$15,000.00 .

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The percentage gain calculation would be: (\$3,800 sale proceeds – \$3,000 original cost) / \$3,000 = 0.2667 x 100 = 26.67%.
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You have made a purchase of \$74.75 . The state sales tax is 7% and the county tax is 1.25% . The total tax is ______ and the total purchase price is _______.
Weegy: You have made a purchase of \$74.75 . The state sales tax is 7% and the county tax is 1.25% . The total tax is \$6.16 and the total purchase price is \$80.91. [ These are the solution : To calculate the state sales tax of 7%: State sales tax = 7% x \$74.75 = \$5.23 To calculate the county tax of 1.25%: County tax = 1.25% x \$74.75 = \$0.93 To calculate the total tax: Total tax = State sales tax + County tax = \$5.23 + \$0.93 = \$6.16 To calculate the total purchase price: Total purchase price = Purchase price + Total tax = \$74.75 + \$6.16 = \$80.91 Therefore, the total tax is \$6.16 and the total purchase price is \$80.91. ] User: You have purchased three pounds of hamburger for \$2.97 . The unit price is_______. Weegy: To find the unit price of the hamburger, we need to divide the total cost by the number of pounds: Unit price = Total cost / Number of pounds Unit price = \$2.97 / 3 pounds Unit price = \$0.99 per pound Therefore, [ the unit price of the hamburger is \$0.99 per pound. ] User: Which is the better buy ? A 20 oz. Bag of chips for \$2.00 or a 10 oz. Bag for \$1.50 . (More)
Updated 2/24/2023 3:23:34 PM
20 oz. Bag of chips for \$2.00 - is the better to buy.
Explanation:
You can save up to 5 oz in every \$2.00
Calculate the simple interest on \$2,000.00 at 11% APR for 1 yea
Updated 2/24/2023 3:45:16 PM
Interest = Principal × Rate × Time
I= 2,000 x 11% x 1
I=220 x 1
I=\$220
A new car sticker shows a base price of \$29,999.00 and options totaling \$4,999.00 . The destination charge is \$325.00 . Your research shows you that the dealer’s cost is 90 % of the base and 85 % of the options .
Updated 2/24/2023 4:46:44 PM
The base price = \$29,999.00
The dealer's base price is 90% of \$29,999.00 0.9 29,999 =
\$26,999.10
The destination charge = \$325.00
The dealer's destination charge is 85% o \$325 0.85 325 \$276.25
The dealer's costis
\$26999.10+\$276.25 \$27,275.35
Answer: The dealer's cost is \$27,275.35

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