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An Apple Computer Center sells computers for $1,192.80. Assuming the computers cost $10,080 per dozen.


a. Find the dollar markup for each computer. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

Dollar markup $

b.
Find the percent markup on cost for each computer.

Percent markup %

c.

Find the percent markup on selling price for each computer. (Round your answer to the nearest hundredth percent.)


Percent markup %

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  1. a. 1192.80 - 10,080/12 = 1192.80 - 840 = $352.80.

    b. M = 352.80/840 = 0.42 = 42%.

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  2. c. (840/1192.80)*100% =

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