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Working off an 18% margin, with markups based on cost, the Food Coop Club boasts that it has 4,300 members and a 165% increase in sales. The markup is 33% based on cost. What would be its percent markup if selling price were the base? (Round your answer to the nearest hundredth percent.)

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