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Lori makes $64,000 each year as an accountant. At Christmas she was given a 12% bonus. How much was her bonus?
Lori makes $64,000 each year as an accountant. At Christmas she was given a 12% bonus. $7,680 was her bonus. 12% of $64,000 = 12/100*64,000 = 7,680
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Lori makes $64,000 each year as an accountant. At Christmas she was given a 12% bonus. $7,680 was her bonus.

12% of $64,000 = 12/100*64,000 = 7,680
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