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Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods bought a baseball glove from Rawlings Sporting Goods for $66.00. They
want to mark up the glove 70% on selling price. What should Johnny's sell the glove for?
A. $113.22
B. $179.82
C. $246.42
D. $220.00

I came up with 112.20

66 X .70% = 46.20 + 66.00= 112.20

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  1. You're right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. contacted the instructor and they stated that the correct answer is: 70%-100%=30%/66.00=220.00 is answer

    stated that you need to use the formula on selling price not on market price.

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