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Jackie is purchasing a $200 coat at 15% off. There is a $5.00 shipping charge to have the item shipped to her house. What is the total amount that Jackie must pay?
A. $170
B. $175
C. $205
D. $220

(0.85 * 200) + 5 = ?

B.
200(15%)=30
20030=170
170+5= $175
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