Given the list price equal to $ 9,900, trade discount equal to 2 3/8 % =19/8 %, the net price is calculated below -

Net price factor = (100-19)/100 x (100-8)/100=0.81 x 0.92=0.7452

Net price of the order = $ 9,900 x 0.7452 = $ 7,377.48

To the nearest cent, the answer is $ 7.377.50

This question is really opinionated. In my opinion, I'd choose option 1, but I'm sure option 2 works as well. I think this is really up to you.

**Solution:**

Total number of seats in the plane = **57**

From MSY to DFW = 44 passangers

From DFW to OKL = 49 passangers

From OKL to TUL = 36 passangers

From TUL to FWB = 30 passangers

From FWB to MYS = 49 passangers

So the average number of seats filled per flight

= **(44+49+36+30+49) / 5 **

**= 208/5**

** = 41.6**

For the last 5 flights Load factor = Average number of seats filled per flight / Total number of seats in the plane

= 41.6 / 57

= 0.7298

= 72.9%

So for the last five flights the load factor was 72.9%

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