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# If the British pound is valued at 0.507949 per U.S. dollar, compute the amount of pounds one could ...

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 If the British pound is valued at 0.507949 per U.S. dollar, compute the amount of pounds one could ... If the British pound is valued at 0.507949 per U.S. dollar, compute the amount of pounds one could purchase for 500 in U.S. currency. (Round answer to two decimal places.)Q. 2Steve Salter sells plumbing equipment and supplies. Salter will mark up an 80-gallon residential hot water heater 35 based on selling price. If the hot water heater costs Salter 221, what will be his selling price?Q. 3If the U.S. dollar is valued at 1.9687 per British pound, compute the amount of U.S. currency necessary to buy 200 British pounds.Q. 4As a source of income after retirement, Ian Donnelly sells an assortment of hard-to-find, specialty hardware items out of his home. Ian buys a pair of small ratchet-style pruning clippers for 15 each and sells them for 45 each. What is the markup percent based on selling price?Q. 5If the euro is valued at 1.4851 in U.S. dollars, compute the value in U.S. currency of 5,00 . euro. Read 33 times 1 Reply

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 Ans. #1253.97 poundsAns. #2100 . - 35 = 65; 221  65 = 340 selling priceAns. #3393.74Ans. #445 - 15 = 30 dollar markup;30  45 = 0.667 = 66.7 markup percent based on selling priceAns. #57,425.50
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