anonymous
  • anonymous
How would you find the tax of something you buy?
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jennithemeani
  • jennithemeani
Depends on what the tax is say the tax is 10% then you multiply the cost of what you are buying by 110%
anonymous
  • anonymous
Item cost x. And tax is t%... therefore it will be tx/100 + x
anonymous
  • anonymous
What if the thing that you are buying is 5.99 and the tax is by 6%

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jennithemeani
  • jennithemeani
So if you were buying shoes that are $10 it would be 10*110%= 1100 move the decimal two spots to the right making it 11.00
jennithemeani
  • jennithemeani
5.99*106= 634.94 move the decimal to the right two spaces so it is $6.34
anonymous
  • anonymous
:/ I'm more lost than from where I started.

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