If the store bought it for $2.50 and they are selling it for $3.50

They marked up the box by $1

1/2.50 = 0.4

which is a 40% markup

Yes you can all you have to do is determine how many times the numerator goes into the denominator and put the remaining number if any as the new numerator and keep the same denominator if it goes into the denominator put how many tines it does in from of your new fraction

**Answer:**

t=2.539902

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(1.04254)(t)=3

Step 1: Simplify both sides of the equation.

1.181148t=3

Step 2: Divide both sides by 1.181148.

**Answer:C**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A=4.66666 repeated

B=.4444 repeated

C=.54 repeated

I believe they are checking the biggest decimal. If you take each first number and divide by the second number, you get he decimal, the largest being .54, C.

**Answer:**

i really dont know

please explain the question more

**Step-by-step explanation:**