7th grade Math
posted by Alice .
I'm supossed to cme up with a real world problem and then solve it with decimals... HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO DO THAT???
Can anyone help me???

How about using money?
You buy two shirts at $12.95 each. You also buy a pair of jeans at $35.99. Tax is 6%. How much will you pay for these clothes. 
Hey that's a good idea. THANKS!!
:) 
You're welcome. :)

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