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The price of a jacket at store A is $48. If the price at store B is 5.5% higher, what is the price difference? What is the cost of the jacket at store B?

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  1. 48 * 1.055 = $50.64

    50.64 = 48 = ?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. um work please?

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    posted by yolo
  3. Sorry. The last part should be
    50.64 - 48 = $2.64

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. ok well thanks wud bout dis one?
    Use the table below. Round to the nearest tenth of a percent.
    3. What percent of students are in Pre-K through 8th grade?
    71.2%
    4. What percent of students are in grades 9–12?
    28.8%

    Population
    (in thousands)
    Grades
    Pre-K through grade 8
    33,952
    Grades 9–12
    13,736
    Total
    47,688

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    posted by yolo
  5. You expect people to take you seriously when you post this? "wud bout dis one"

    ??

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    posted by Writeacher
  6. Good for Writeacher!

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    posted by DrBob222

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