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Question 1 of 5Solve each problem:
Zach owns a clothing store and is offering a big promotion. Customers can decide on taking a discount of 30% off of the original price or they can take 25% off of the original price and then an additional 6% off of the discounted price.  Which option results in a better price?
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The second option results in a better price overall. Customers end up with 25% off of the original price and then an additional 6% off of the discounted price. This will give them an overall discount of 31% versus a discount of only 30% if they choose the first option.
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The first option results in a better price overall. Customers end up with a discount of 30% off of the original price versus a discount of only 29.5% if they choose the second option.
Question 2 of 5Solve each problem:
This year, a local store has $13,524 in inventory. This represents an increase of 61% from the year before. What was the store’s inventory last year?
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$14,320
B
$11,281
C
$9227
D
$7700
E
$8400
Question 3 of 5Solve each problem:
At the end of the week, Aya, a daycare owner counted $2318 in receipts. This amount included 13% state and local sales taxes, along with 9% federal taxes. Find the pre-tax amount of the daycare services sold for the week.
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$1900
B
$1855
C
$2100
D
$2115
E
$1725
Question 4 of 5Solve each problem:
At a local car lot, Nathan begs the manager to sell a car for an all-inclusive price of $20,946.50. This amount would include the 9.9% state and local sales taxes, along with other miscellaneous government document and registration fees of $615. If the dealer agrees to this price, how much is the price of the car before any taxes or fees? Note: document and registration fees are not taxed.
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$18,500
B
$19,218
C
$1754
D
$18,750
E
$27,300
Question 5 of 5Solve each problem:
Jennifer works as a saleswoman for a local clothing store. She earns a salary of $450 per week plus 13% commission on all of her sales. She is currently paying an income tax rate of 22%, which includes all state, local, and federal taxes. One week, her after-tax check was $472.68. How much merchandise did she sell for that week?
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$850
B
$1000
C
$1400
D
$1200
E
$1850

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