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Textbook Problem

To extend an invoice, for each line, we multiply the number of items by the _____ per item. (7-2)

To determine

To fill: The blank provided for the statement, ‘To extend an invoice, for each line, we multiply the number of items by the _____ per item’.

Explanation

The invoice can be extended if the number of items is multiplied with the unit per item.

For example, the invoice of a firm is as follows:

Items Quantity Amount ($)
Tape 16 $21.90
Sandpaper assorted 12 $26.79
Reflexive Tape 37 $88.56

The invoice can be extended by multiplying the quantity by the respective amount. The total amount of the items can be computed as follows:

Items Quantity Amount ($) Actual Cost ($)
Tape 16 21

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