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What is the final price of a $24 sweatshirt if there is a 20% discount applied and then a 7% sales tax added? A.$22.26 B.$19.20 C.$25.68 D.$20.54

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24 times .20 times .07
$24.00x.2=4.80 24.00-$4.80=$19.20x.07= what?
24x.20=?? ??x.07=??

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