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The cost of a fish dinner is $5.55. The fish dinner sold for $9.55. Determine the percent markup

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1. Subtract the cost from the selling price:

9.55 - 5.55 = 4.00

2. Divide the difference by the cost:

\frac{4.00}{5.55} \approx 0.7207

3. Multiply by 100 to get the percentage:

0.7207 \times 100 \% \approx 72.07 \%

Answer:72.07 \%

2. Divide the difference by the cost:

3. Multiply by 100 to get the percentage:

Answer:

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