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The markup on a video camera should be 37 % based on selling price. If the seller paid, $ 390 for one, then how much should it be sold for to achieve the desired markup?
(a)$ 404.34 (b) $ 1,054.05 (c) $ 404.43 (d) $ 619.05 (e) $ 534.30

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    390 * 1.37 = ?

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