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The Martin family sells their car to a dealer for an unknown amount of money, m. the dealership then sells the car to the Kay family for 35% more than they paid for the car, plus $250 in administration fees. Which expression represents the percent of the dealership profits that are the administration fees. a. 250/.35m+250 b. 250+m/.035m c. 250+.35m/m d. 250/.35m

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    the answer would be "d". For profit of dealer: (m+.35m)-m = .35m

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