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The price of an outdoor grill was marked up 15% over the previous year's model. If the previous year's model sold for $500, what is the cost of the new grill? $ ___________

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  1. anonymous
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    @xapproachesinfinity

  2. anonymous
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    First you need to get the percentage of last year model by taking 500 and timing it by .15 and then you need to add that to last years model, which will give you the price for the new model. \( \huge (500 \times .15) + 500= ? \)

  3. anonymous
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    So what is the cost of the new grill?

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    575.00 @Nixy

  5. anonymous
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    Correct!!!

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