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Textbook Problem

Gloria Carey purchased a refrigerator at Best Buy for $899.90. The delivery charge was $20, and the ice maker hookup amounted to $55. The state sales tax is 6 1 2

%, and the city tax is 1.3%.

a. What is the total amount of sales tax on the refrigerator?

b. What is the total purchase price?

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The total amount of sales tax when the price of refrigerator purchased by Gloria Carey is $899.90.

Explanation

Given Information:

The price of refrigerator purchased by Gloria Carey is $899.90. The delivery charge is $20 and the state sales tax rate is 612% and city tax is 1.3%. The price of ice maker hookup is $55.

Formula used:

The sales tax is:

Sales tax=Selling price×Sales tax price

Calculation:

Consider the price of refrigerator purchased by Gloria Carey is $899.90 and state sales tax rate is 612% and city tax is 1.3%.

The sales tax is:

Sales tax=Selling price×Sales tax price

Now, using the above formula, the sales tax is:

Sales tax=899

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The total purchase price when the price of refrigerator purchased by Gloria Carey is $899.90.

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