On March 30, Century Link received an invoice dated March 28 from ACME Manufacturing for 67 televisions at a cost of $150 each. Century received a 15/7/4 chain discount. Shipping terms were FOB shipping point. ACME prepaid the $127 freight. Terms were 2/10 EOM. When Century received the goods, 2 sets were defective. Century returned these sets to ACME. On April 8, Century sent a $195 partial payment. Century will pay the balance on May 6. What is Century’s final payment on May 6? Assume no taxes. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

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On March 30, Century Link received an invoice dated March 28 from ACME Manufacturing for 67 televisions at a cost of $150 each. Century received a 15/7/4 chain discount. Shipping terms were FOB shipping point. ACME prepaid the $127 freight. Terms were 2/10 EOM. When Century received the goods, 2 sets were defective. Century returned these sets to ACME. On April 8, Century sent a $195 partial payment. Century will pay the balance on May 6. What is Century’s final payment on May 6? Assume no taxes. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

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List price Number of TV's x Cost per unit =(67-2) x $150 $9,750 Net price List pricex complement of trade discount rate = $9,750x 0.85x 0.93 x 0.96 =S7,399.08(15%,7%, 4%) $195 Value 0.98 $198.98

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