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Emma spent $75 buying a used bicycle and $27 repairing it. Then she sold the bicycle for 40 percent more than the total amount she spent buying and repairing it.

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  1. AravindG
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  2. BluFoot
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    She spend 75+27=102 dollars on the bike. She sold it for 40% more meaning she sold it for the original price plus 40% of itself, so: 102 + 102*40/100 = 142.8$

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    ok,thanks

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    @sub happy studying :)

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    i am an openstudy ambassador and is given duty to help new users :)

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