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an appliance dealer marks up refrigerators 20% (based on cost). If the cost of one model is \$1,100, what should its selling price be

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1. 1100 X .2 =C

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posted by MONI
2. 1100*1.2

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posted by Lucien
3. 110+110=220
1100
+ 220
1320=cost of the appliance

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