You purchase a shirt for $8.50. There is a 6% sales tax. What will be your total cost?
A. $13.60
B. $8.98
C. $8.55
D. $9.01

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Step 2 in the problem-solving process is: Write down the facts and figures.

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Your employer has 600 business cards printed for you, and you give away 280 of them. To the nearest hundredth, what percent of the cards is left?
A. 18.75%
B. 53.33%
C. 21.43%
D. 46.67%
**Weegy:** Your employer has 600 business cards printed for you, and you give away 280 of them. The percent of the card left is: 53.33%.
To find the percent of the cards left: first calculate the number of cards left = 600 - 280 = 320 cards. [ The percent is then (320 / 600) x 100 = 53.33%. ] (More)

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What is 1 2/3 as an improper fraction?
A. 5/3
B. 8/3
C. 6/3
D. 2/3
**Weegy:** 8 2/3 as an improper fraction is 26/3. **User:** Find the quotient of 5/31 divided by 15/23. Reduce your answer to the lowest fraction.
A. 23/93
B. 93/23, or 41/23
C. 115/465
D. 75/373
**Weegy:** (5/31) / (15/23) **User:** Which of the following is an example of a proper fraction?
A. 4/3
B. 7/6
C. 4/4
D. 3/4
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1 2/3 as an improper fraction is: 5/3

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3/4 is an example of a proper fraction.

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The quotient of 5/31 divided by 15/23 is 23/93. Solution: (5/31) / (15/23) = (5*23) / (31*15) = 23/(31*3) = 23/93.

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1 2/3 as an improper fraction is: 5/3

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You purchase a shirt for $8.50. There is a 6% sales tax. What will be your total cost?
A. $13.60
B. $8.98
C. $8.55
D. $9.01

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Updated 2/7/2019 7:28:30 PM

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You purchase a shirt for $8.50. There is a 6% sales tax. Your total cost will be $9.01.

x = (8.50 * 6/100) + 8.50 ;

x = (8.50 * 0.06) + 8.50;

x = 0.51 + 8.50 ;

x = 9.01

x = (8.50 * 6/100) + 8.50 ;

x = (8.50 * 0.06) + 8.50;

x = 0.51 + 8.50 ;

x = 9.01

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A shipping company charged $15 to ship a package and 5% of the shipping charge for insurance on the package. What was the total cost to ship this particular item?
A. $15.75
B. $90.00
C. $25.20
D. $22.50
**Weegy:** A shipping company charged $15 to ship a package and 5% of the shipping charge for insurance on the package. The total cost to ship this particular item was $15.75.
$15 + (15 * .05) = 15 + .75 = $15.75. **User:** John and Mary Billings own a condominium with an assessed value of $110,000. If the tax rate is 25 mills per $1.00 of assessed valuation, how much tax do they pay?
A. $1,840
B. $2,750
C. $1,200
D. $1,420
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John and Mary Billings own a condominium with an assessed value of $110,000. If the tax rate is 25 mills per $1.00 of assessed valuation, the tax they have to pay is $2,750.

SOLUTION:

110,000 X .025 = 2,750.

SOLUTION:

110,000 X .025 = 2,750.

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Which of the following is not part of the job search preparation checklist?
A. Résumé
B. Fact sheet
C. Follow-up plan
D. Self assessment
**Weegy:** Fact sheet is not part of the job search preparation checklist. **User:** Mary Stevens earns $6 an hour at her job and is entitled to time-and-a-half for overtime and double time on holidays. Last week she worked 40 hours of regular time, 61/2 hours of overtime, and 8 hours of holiday time. How much did she earn?
A. $190.75
B. $140.00
C. $394.50
D. $74.37
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Mary Stevens earns $6 an hour at her job and is entitled to time-and-a-half for overtime and double time on holidays. Last week she worked 40 hours of regular time, 6 1/2 hours overtime, and 8 hours of holiday time. She earned $394.50.

Solution: 40 hours regular time X $6 an hour = $240 6.5 hours time and a half x $9 an hour = $58.50 8 hours double time X $12 an hour= $96 $240 + $58.50 + $96 = $394.50.

Solution: 40 hours regular time X $6 an hour = $240 6.5 hours time and a half x $9 an hour = $58.50 8 hours double time X $12 an hour= $96 $240 + $58.50 + $96 = $394.50.

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