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How to Compute percent of change in cost:
Item:1 lb.apples price in 1970: 0.25 what is the Present price and what is the percent of change?

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idk what you are talking about. sorry :]

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The selling price is \$137,900.00. The mortgage company requires a 20 percent down payment and I want to pay the money back in 30 years at 8 percent. What is the total amount of interest charged, rounded to the nearest whole dollar?

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2.50

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