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When the cost of a car is multiplied by 0.07 the result is $1740. Find the cost of the car.

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    cost*0.07=1740 so cost=1740/0.07

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    That's what I thought but I wasn't quit sure. Thank you.

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    now we know division is reverse process of multiplication hence to get the cost of car jus t divide the result by the multiplicand hence reqd cost is $1740/(0.07) =

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    you're welcome

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    =24857.14 appx

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    welcome

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