the sales tax in Illinois is 6.25%. about how much will a pair of jeans that has a ticket price of $48.99 cost, including sales tax?

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Answer 1
Answer:

Cost of the pair of jeans = $48.99

Sales tax = 6.25%

Total cost = $48.99+6.25%

                 = $49.05


Therefore, the total cost including sales tax is $49.05


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Martin combined different amounts of orange juice, pineapple juice, and strawberry juice to make 1850 milliliters (ml) of fruit punch. The amount of orange juice combined was x ml. The amount of pineapple juice combined was 100 ml more than the amount of orange juice, and the amount of strawberry juice was half the amount of orange juice. This is represented in the equation below:x + (x + 100) + one half x = 1850

What was the difference in the amounts of pineapple juice and strawberry juice Martin combined?

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The answer is 450 ml.

First, we need to solve x (the amount of orange juice):
x + (x + 100) + one half x = 1850
x + x + 100 + 1/2 x = 1850

We can represent 1/2 as 0.5:

2x + 100 + 0.5x = 1850
2.5x = 1850 - 100
2.5x = 1750
x = 1750 ÷ 2.5
x = 700.

Thus, in the fruit punch, there is 700 ml of orange juice.

The amount of pineapple juice combined was 100 ml more than the amount of orange juice. Therefore, there is 800 ml of pineapple juice (700 ml of orange juice + 100 ml more).

The amount of strawberry juice was half the amount of orange juice. Therefore, there is 350 ml of strawberry juice (700 ml of orange juice ÷ 2).

The difference in the amounts of pineapple juice and strawberry juice Martin combined is 450 ml:
the amounts of pineapple juice - the amounts of strawberry juice =
800 ml of pineapple juice - 350 ml of strawberry juice = 450 ml.

Answer:

450 ml

Step-by-step explanation:

450ml we have and then we can plug into equation if Martin combined different amounts of orange juice, pineapple juice, and strawberry juice to make 1850 milliliters  and we divide and get 450 ml

What are the coordinates of B and how is that the answer ?

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Step-by-step explanation:

Point A = (-1, -3).

Midway of AB = (-3, 2).

Let Point B = (x, y).

Then (-1, -3) - (-3, 2) = (-3, 2) - (x, y).

=> (2, -5) = (-3-x, 2-y).

We have -3 - x = 2 and 2 - y = -5.

So x = -5 and y = 7.

Hence, point B = (-5, 7).

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Step-by-step explanation:

What is the value of the function y = 3x - 1 when x = –1?A.
–8

B.
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C.
2

D. 6

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y=3x-1
y=3(-1) - 1
y= -3-1
y=-4 
the answer is B.-4
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During a clothing store’s Bargain Days, the regular price for T-shirts is discounted by $5. There is a state sales tax of 5%, and the $5 discount is applied before the sales tax is calculated.a. Write an expression that shows the regular price r of a T-shirt minus the $5 discount.

b. Write a rule for the function p(r) that expresses the final price p of a T-shirt with the discount applied and sales tax added.

c. How much would you pay during Bargain Days for a shirt regularly priced at $15.50?

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Answer:

A:

Let the regular price of the t shirt be = r

Let the total cost of the t shirt be = t

So, we can say : t=r-5

B:

p(r)=1.05(r-5)

C:

p(r)=1.05(r-5)

Substituting r = 15.50

p(r)=1.05(15.50-5)

=> p(r)=1.05(10.50)

= $11.025

a) d = r - 5 where t is the full price 
b) p = ( r - 5 ) * 1.05 
c) p = (15.5-5)*1.05 = 10.5 * 1.05 = $ 11.02