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Denise pays a 6% sales tax in her state. Recently, Denise bought a new bed for a total price of $360.40, including tax. What was the price (p) of the bed before tax?

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Denise pays a 6% sales tax in her state. Recently, Denise bought a new bed for a total price of $360.40, including tax. What was the price (p) of the bed before tax?

Equation:

p=

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106%=360.40

(100x360.40)/106

=340 dollars

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