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Lesson 2.7 Percent of Change - Tax and Discount
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Percent of change with tax and discount.
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$72.45
dress: $69, tax: 5%
$15.52
binder: $14.50, tax: 7%
$30.69
book: $28.95, tax: 6%
$48.95
groceries: $47.52, tax: 3%
$67.60
shoes: $65.00, tax: 4%
$45.00
backpack: $56.25, discount: 20%
$15.30
shirt: $25.50, discount: 40%
$75.00
tickets: $150, discount: 50%
$93.75
purse: $125, discount: 25%
$56.10
coffee maker: $102.00, discount, 45%
$50.88
shoes: $60, discount: 20%, tax: 6%
$44.94
shoes: $60, discount: 30%, tax: 7%
$41.93
shoes: $60, discount: 35%, tax: 7.5%
$48.83
shoes: $60, discount: 25%, tax: 8.5%
0.25
25% as a decimal is
0.025
2.5% as a decimal is
0.0225
2.25% as a decimal is
0.30
30% as a decimal is
0.03
3% as a decimal is
0.035
3.5% as a decimal is
0.50
50% as a decimal is
0.05
5% as a decimal is
0.055
5.5% as a decimal is
0.0525
5.25% as a decimal is
0.525
52.5% as a decimal is
0.07
7% as a decimal is
0.075
7.5% as a decimal is
0.75
75% as a decimal is
0.0755
7.55% as a decimal is
0.755
75.5% as a decimal is
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