Jacob purchased pounds of grapes and pounds of strawberries from a farmer’s market. The cost of each pound of grapes is $2.64 and the cost

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Jacob purchased pounds of grapes and pounds of strawberries from a farmer’s market. The cost of each pound of grapes is $2.64 and the cost of each pound of strawberries is $3.09. If the store offered a discount of 10% on the final bill, what was the amount Jacob paid to buy the fruits? Ignore sales tax.

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Lydia 1 week 2021-10-11T20:27:28+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-10-11T20:28:44+00:00

    Answer:

    Amount of bill after discount will be 45.157

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We have given that Jacob purchased pounds of grapes and pounds of strawberries

    The cost of pound grapes is $2.64 per pound

    And the cost of strawberries is $3.09 per pound

    So total cost of grapes and strawberries = $2.64+$3.09 = $5.73

    It is given that there is discount of 10% on the total bill

    So discount =\frac{5.73\times 10}{100}=$0.573

    So the amount of bill after discount = $5.73 – $0.573=$5.157

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