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anonymous

  • one year ago

You and your family go to dinner at a local restaurant in Rexburg, Idaho and your online banking report shows that the total dinner bill (food, tax, and tip) was for $43. Suppose also that you have not kept your receipt, but do remember that you paid a 10% tip for the service. What was your bill prior to calculating the tip (that is, for food and tax only)?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    well first you need to see that the tax would take away 10%

  2. anonymous
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    So your first step would to be to take 43 and times it by .10; what do you get?

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