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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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User: 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

Weegy: 8.5 * 0.06 = .51
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User: The total of 36, 78, 198, 475, and 620 is A. 1,731. B. 2,109. C. 1,407. D. 1,187.

Weegy: 1,407. The total of 36, 78, 198, 475, and 620 is 1,407.
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User: The decimal form 1.46 becomes _______ expressed as a percent. A. 1.46% B. 14.6% C. .0146% D. 146%

Weegy: The decimal form 1.46 becomes 146% expressed as a percent.
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User: What is the selling price of a table ticketed at $1,234 with a 22% discount? A. $962.52 B. $1,000.00 C. $271.48 D. $926.25

Weegy: The selling price of a table ticketed at $1,234 with a 22% discount is $962.52. $1,234 x 0.22 = $271.48 $1,234 - $271.48 = $962.52
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User: A store is offering a 20% discount on all sales over $50. If you purchase a shirt and a pair of jeans for $62.50, what is the amount of the discount you would receive? A. $10.00 B. $50.00 C. $15.63 D. $12.50

Weegy: The store is offering a 20% discount on all sales over $50. If you purchase a shirt and a pair of jeans for $62.50, the amount of the discount you would receive is $12.50 , 62.50* 20% = 62.50*0.20 = $12.50
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User: What is step 2 in the problem-solving process? A. Read the problem. B. Write down the facts and figures. C. Find a relationship between what is given and what must be found. D. Do the work.

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