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Gretta sells photo albums in her store for twelve dollars and fifty cents. Her wholesale price on each album is 8 dollars. What is the percent of increase for the markup on each album? Is it 15.6
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[(12.50 - 8)/8 ] times 100 = ?
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ten percent fifteen point six percent sixty-four percent fifty-six point two five percent
its 64% i beleive:]
I disagree with 64%.
[(12.50 - 8)/8 ] times 100 = 56.25 % --> it does seem too high.
what do you think it is?
you have to...8/12.5 to find the percent difference then u get 64%
8 + .5625(8)= $12.50. So, 56.25% is correct.
@Chooch146 Are you using this formula? See attached.
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the answer is 56.25

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