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Sara wants to buy a necklace. The necklace has a list price of $57, and the sales tax is 8%. What will be the cost of the necklace after tax is added? Round your answer to the nearest cost. (can you try and explain it to me using proportions)

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  1. 57(1.08) = ?

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  2. 61.56

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