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It costs $5,600 to manufacture a Jet Ski. If the desired percent markup based on cost is 48%, how much should each Jet Ski sell for?

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  1. 1.48 * 5,600 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Mr. Toyama decided to rent a jet ski for the day. The rates for jet skis are as follows: A $50 flat fee, regardless of duration of the rental. Additionally, there is a charge of $30 per hour.

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