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Textbook Problem

Solve the following word problems. Round dollars to the nearest cent and percents to the nearest tenth of a percent.

What is the cost of a computer system that sells at retail for $850 with a 60% markup based on cost?

To determine

To calculate: The cost of a computer if the selling price is $850 and percent markup is 60%.

Explanation

Given Information:

The selling price of a computer is $850 and percent markup based on cost is 60%.

Formula used:

The cost can be calculated using the following equation:

Cost=Selling Price100%+Percent markup on cost or C=SP100%+%Mcost

Calculation:

Consider the provided data,

The selling price of a computer is $850 and percent markup based on cost is 60%.

So, S=$850 and %Mcost=60%.

The cost can be calculated as,

C=SP100%+%Mcost

Substitute S=

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