Q: The sales tax on the purchase of a refrigerator that costs 695 is 7 percent what is the amount of sales tax?

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Tax = 265*6/100 = 15.90

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If it is 28 dollars off the regular price, then the sale price will be 695 - 28 = $667. If it is 28 PERCENT off the regular price, then it will be $500.40.

If something costs 120 and you get 10 percent off, you would save 12 dollars. Therefore, the item would cost 108 dollars after the discount.

5.2 percent sales tax means you multiply by 0.052. So 429 * 0.052 = 22.308, which rounds to 22.31 (nearest cent), and the total price is 429 + 22.31 = 451.31

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Tax = 265*6/100 = 15.90

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122x6%=6.32 122.00+6.32=128.32

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