It costs $5,600 to manufacture a Jet Ski. If the desired percent markup based on cost is 48%, how much should each Jet Ski sell for?

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  8. business math

    It costs $5,600 to manufacture a Jet Ski. If the desired percent markup based on cost is 48%, how much should each Jet Ski sell for?

  9. Math

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  21. Business Math

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  22. math

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  23. Math

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  24. Business Math

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  26. MATH

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  28. Math

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  29. Math

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  34. math

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  35. Accounting

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  36. south high

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  37. business calculus

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  38. math

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  39. physics

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  40. math

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  41. math

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  42. Math "Need Help Asap"!

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  43. Math

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  44. Math

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  45. math

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  46. algebra

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  47. business math

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  48. Math

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  49. Math

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  50. Math

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  51. math

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  52. algebra 1 Helppppp Meeee Pleaseeee

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  53. physics

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  54. math

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  55. ECONOMICS

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  56. percentages/word problem

    The Sweet Candy Shop buys 600 pounds of chocolate covered strawberries at $5.59 per pound. If a 10% spoilage rate is anticipated, at what price per pound should the strawberries be sold in order to achieve a 60% markup based on cost?

  57. Physics

    You are riding on a jet ski directed at an angle upstream on a river flowing with a speed of 2.8 m/s. If your velocity relative to the ground is 8.2 m/s at an angle of 25.0° upstream, what is the speed of the jet ski relative to the water?

  58. math

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  59. percentages/word problem

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  60. Math

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  61. math

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  62. Accounting

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  63. Math

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  64. College Algebra

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  65. percent markup

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  66. Math

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  67. Algebra

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  68. Math

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  69. math

    You are the buyer for The Shoe Outlet. You are looking for a line of men’s shoes to retail for $79.95. If your objective is a 55% markup based on selling price, what is the most that you can pay for the shoes and still get the desired markup?

  70. business math

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  71. math

    You are the buyer for The Shoe Outlet. You are looking for a line of men’s shoes to retail for $79.95. If your objective is a 55% markup based on selling price, what is the most that you can pay for the shoes and still get the desired markup?

  72. Math

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  73. physics

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  74. Math

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  75. percentages/word problem

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  76. Math

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  77. Math 102

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  78. math

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  79. MATH HELP PLEASE Explain

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  80. Math

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  81. accounting

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  83. marketing

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  85. algebra

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  86. Business Analysis

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  87. Business Math

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  88. MARKETING

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  89. Physics

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  91. Maths

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  92. math

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  93. math

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  94. MATH

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  95. Social Studies

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  96. Social Studies

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  98. Accounting

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  99. ACCOUNTING

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  100. ACCOUNTING

    Considering the following pricing concepts; Markup Methods (markup on Total Cost, Variable Cost, and Product Cost) and Target Costing, explain when it is appropriate (and why) to use each of the methods. (Hint: use multiple choice questions 1 and 2 to

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