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What is the percentage markup on the cost of a bicycle if the retail price is $140 and the cost is $80? 7.5% 17.5% 1.75% .75<--my answer What is the percentage markup on the retail price of a pair of hiking boots if the retail price is $80 and the cost is $46? 4.25% .425 .360 6.30%

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  1. anonymous
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  2. vikstar2.0
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    1.75 for the first problem

  3. anonymous
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    ty and any idea on the second one?

  4. vikstar2.0
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    .425 is the answer to the second

  5. vikstar2.0
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    so was i right? if i was can i get a medal?

  6. anonymous
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    Using the cost method of pricing, what is the retail price of a music CD if the cost is $6.75 and the markup on cost is .35? Please round the answer to the nearest cent. $7.74<---my answer $10.55 $8.43 $9.11

  7. anonymous
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    is my answer correct to this?

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  9. vikstar2.0
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    i thinks its $9.11

  10. hartnn
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    Cost * %markup + cost = retail price (140-80)/80 = 60/80 = 0.75 for the 1st (80-46)/46 = 0.74 hmmm..i get 0.74 for 2nd which is not in the choices. 6.75*0.35 + 6.75 = 9.11 for 3rd

  11. anonymous
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    hmm so what should i do for the second xD

  12. hartnn
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    try 0.425...

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