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7.RP.3b Day 1 first day Objective: I can find sales tax, tips, and markups.

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Journal Today we will be changing percents to decimals. 52% = 1.4% = 2.78%= 6%= 3.75%=

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Journal Make up 4 of your own percent to decimal problems. Share with your neighbor and solve their problems.

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Notes Alex wants to buy a kayak for $100. He knows when he buys the kayak, he will be charged 6% sales tax because he lives in Utah. How much sales tax will Alex pay?

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Notes Alex wants to buy a kayak for $100. He knows when he buys the kayak, he will be charged 6% sales tax because he lives in Utah. How much sales tax will Alex pay? What will be his total amount he owes?

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Notes Sales Tax is an extra amount of money you pay when you buy things. The Total Price is the price plus the sales tax.

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Notes Drew wants to buy exercise equipment that costs $140 and the sales tax is 5.75%. What is the cost of the equipment?

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Notes What is the total price of a sweatshirt if the price is $42 and the sales tax is 5.5%?

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Notes A TIP is an extra amount you pay your server at a restaurant after you pay for your dinner.

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Notes A TIP is an extra amount you pay your server at a restaurant after you pay for your dinner. A normal tip is 15%. A good server gets higher – 20% A bad server gets lower – 10% or less

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Notes A customer wants to tip 15% on a restaurant bill that is $35. What will be the tip? What will be the total bill?

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Notes Scott wants to tip his taxicab driver 20%. If his ride costs $15, what is the total cost?

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Notes A haircut costs $20. Is $25 enough to cover the haircut plus a 15% tip?

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Notes A shoe store gets shoes for $25. Then the mark up the price by 30% and sell them to you for $32.50. This is called a markup.

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Notes A store pays $56 for a GPS navigation system. The markup is 25%. Find the selling price.

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Notes A store pays $150 for a portable basketball backboard and the markup is 40%. What is the selling price?

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Homework Is over Of worksheet Percent of Change Worksheet

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