# Wayne Bought An Engagement Ring For Tracy

## Wayne Bought An Engagement Ring For Tracy

Van bought an engagement ring from t, the total value of the ring was £ 420 plus 17 1/2% sales tax.

What is the total value of the ring? Please tell, whats the story of them big puppys .....

Janet: The first thing you say to Van is that any man would spend only 20 420. Her lips hardened at the love of her life. You can spend at least twice as much or more. What good is a web site if it simply "blends in" with everything else out there? shy. I really like van I believe you spend more every year in the local pub and dare to do so.

First we find that the% sign comes from the French for it: percent per hundred, which means 100 as in the century and means plus or per 100. To convert 17/1/2% to a fraction, we convert 17 and 1/2. Decimal: 17.5, so we remove the% sign and put 100 around (17.5) / 100th and decimal. To get the equation, we move the decimal 2 places to the left to get 0.175. So we can say that the price is £ 420. +0.175 x 420 pounds or we can multiply 420 pounds x 1.175 to get 493 pounds and 50 pence or \$ 794.54. I have to get rid of it.

The total cost is 20 420 + VAT.

Total VAT is 17 1/2% = (35/2)%

If the sales tax is given in decimal then the result is (35/2) / 100 = 35/200.

We should have 35/200 of 420. find.

=

35 x 420/200 = € 73.50

Total value of the ring = £ 493.50

PS

You can still get a quick brain test on the tank.

Slightly more than 1/6 of that

## Wayne Bought An Engagement Ring For Tracy

Total cost = (100 + 17.5)% * 420

= 117.5% * 420

= (117.5 / 100) * 420

= 1.175 * 420

= 493.50 lbs

Find only 17.5% out of 420 who did this.

(420 × 100) x 17.5 = 73.5, so this value is added orally, which is 420 + 73.5, which is equal to 3 493.50.

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