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Question 14 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 14. Dawn Lingua bought three yards of cloth to make some curtains. The cloth was on sale for $2.25 per yard. How much did Dawn pay for the cloth if the sales tax was 5%? A. $7.09 B. $2.36 C. $8.07 D. $7.25
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User: Question 14 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 14. Dawn Lingua bought three yards of cloth to make some curtains. The cloth was on sale for $2.25 per yard. How much did Dawn pay for the cloth if the sales tax was 5%? A. $7.09 B. $2.36 C. $8.07 D. $7.25

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Dawn Lingua bought three yards of cloth to make some curtains. The cloth was on sale for $2.25 per yard. Dawn paid for the cloth with sales tax was $7.09.

Solution: Cost of 3 yard cloth = $2.25 × 3 = $6.75; Sales tax on the total cost = 5% of 6.75 = (5/100) × 6.75 = 0.05 × 6.75 = $0.3375; 6.75 + 0.3375 = $7.0875.
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