# math

The cost of a DVD is \$18.75. Added to this cost is 12% before tax fee. 5% GST, 7% PST. What is the total cost?

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1. total tax is 12+5+7 = 24%

So, the tax is 24% of 18.75
Add that to the 18.75 price.

18.75 * 1.24 = ?

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posted by Steve

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