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$89.99 8.5% what would be the total coast

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i'm trying to figure it out, you should find the actual percentage of 8.5 i don't remember how to convert really. I have an idea but i'm not sure..
ok thank you

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sure. I'm not sure I can do it though. I see your new to the site though, WELCOME! (:
?? Is that a question? Can yousupply the exact language? Is it: Original Cost is $89.99 and there is 8.5% Tax, so what is the Total Cost?
@tkhunny yeah i think that's what it was supposed to be
yes sorry i did not explain |dw:1359693217638:dw|
You can calculate the tax separately and add 89.99 * 0.085 = 7.65 89.99 + 7.65 = 97.64 Or, you can calculate the total directly 89.99 * (1 + 0.085) = 89.99 * 1.085 = 97.64

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