Sharon wants to buy a shirt that costs $45. The

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Sharon wants to buy a shirt that costs $45. The sales tax is 5%. How much is the sales tax? What is her total cost for the shirt?
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sales tax =$45×5%=$45×.05=$2.25 total cost =$45+$2.25=$47.25

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