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Joe has $10,000 to purchase a used car. If the sales tax is 7% and the fee for title and license plates is $200, what is the maximum amount Joe can spend for a car?
$9,158.88 <- I think this one is
$5,764.70 right.
$9,345.79
$9,532.71

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    Right.

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    Thank you Ms. Sue!!!

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    You're welcome, Tammy.

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