# Math

A gift shop buys greeting cards at \$3.50 each, and sells them at an 80% markup. At what price does the gift shop sell each greeting card?

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1. 3.50 x 0.8 = 2.8
Subtract 3.50-2.80= .7
Each greeting card cost .70 cents
Because 80% in decimal form = 0.8

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2. 3.50 * 1.80 = 6.30

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3. 9+3

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4. 0.8 (I have the answer key)

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5. Hi get going on ur math!! Get off of ur phone looking for answers!!

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