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posted by Amy .
Would someone please double check my answers.
The retail cost of a computer is 32% more than its wholesale cost?
which statement is true?
1. THe retail cost of the computer is 132% more than the wholesale price.
2. THe wholesale cost of the computer is 68% if the retail price.
3. THe retail cost of the computer is 132% of the wholesale price.
4. the retail cost of the computer is 32% of the wholesale price.
I choose answer C. Is that correct?
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