math
posted by brenton .
sales tax
directions: find the total cost or sale price to the nearest cent?
1500 computer;7%discount
Subtract 7% of $1500 from the price. This is the same thning as taking 93% of $1500.
Your question mentions sales tax but you do not provide a rate for that.
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