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Professional Security Systems purchased 5 dozen dead-bolt lock sets from a manufacturer for \$255. If the company's markup rate is 28% of the selling price, what is the selling price of each lock set?

255/60 = 4.25

4.25 * 1.28 = \$5.44

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