A pair of pants cost $15.40. And the markup is 60% of the selling price. Find the markup in $.

asked 2021-01-05
A pair of pants cost $15.40. And the markup is 60% of the selling price. Find the markup in $.

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The markup can be found by dividing the selling price by the markup in decimals: ($15.4)/0.6=$25.67 Final answer: $25.67

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