A children's store sells a toy recetrack for $94.25 an hour. The owner uses a 45% markup based on cost. What was the wholesale cost of the racetrack?

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  59. need help in math

    Please show your work thanks for your help. A children's store sells a toy racetrack for $94.25. The owner uses a 45% markup based on cost. What was the whole sale cost of the racetrack?

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