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A local Barnes and Noble paid a $79.33 net price for each calculus textbook. The publisher offered a 10% trade discount. What was the publisher’s list price? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

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  1. A local Barnes and Noble paid a $80.15 net price for each calculus textbook. The publisher offered a 10% trade discount. What was the publisher’s list price?

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  2. A local Barnes and Noble paid a $80.40 net price for each calculus textbook. The publisher offered a 10% trade discount. What was the publisher’s list price? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

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