anonymous
  • anonymous
The market value of a property is $300,000. The assessment rate is 35%. Find the property tax if the property tax rate is: 1.12.15% of the assessed value 2.$9.98 per $100 of the assessed value 3.$110.32 per $1,000 of the assessed value 4.102.5 mills per $1 of the assessed value
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dumbcow
  • dumbcow
the assessed value would be 35% of market value --> 105,000 1) find 12.15% of 105,000 2) its a rate --> 9.98/100 = 9.98% find 9.98% of 105,000 3)110.32/1000 = .11032 = 11.032% find 11.032% of 105,000 4) im not sure what "mills" represents
anonymous
  • anonymous
millions maybe.... im not sure either... thank you
dumbcow
  • dumbcow
seems like it would have to be some unit smaller than a penny my guess is they are looking for 10.25% of 105,000

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anonymous
  • anonymous
mmkay better than anything i can come up with
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  • anonymous
thank you i have anothe problem for you
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