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The price of a jacket at store A is $48. If the price at store B is 5.5% higher, what is the price difference? What is the cost of the jacket at store B?


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    48 * 1.055 = $50.64

    50.64 - 48 = ?

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    Cost of jacket at store B is
    $48 x 1.055= $50.64

    $50.64 - $48 = $2.64 price difference

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    Thank you :) I've got it now.

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