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What is 15% of 20,000 dollars?

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It is (20,000 x 15/100) = 20,000 x 0.15 = \$3,000

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i got that but it also says what if you require 50% of the total cost. 15% is just for fees.
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50% of the cost means half of the cost (just divide it by 2)
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3,000

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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\$3,000

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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15%=.15 so 20,000*.15= 3,000 therefore 15% of 20,000 is 3,000

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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well we know that 15% of 20,000 is 3,000 so then we go to the next step which is the 50% which would be half so what is half of 3,000. thats is what i think is the reasonable answer.
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of course.
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yup. glad to help
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15%=.15 so, if you multiply .15X20,000 you'll get your answer of 3,000.

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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That sounds confusing...
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3000

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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GO ON GOOGLE. If you type in a math problem, it says the answer. Sometimes.

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Here's the total question. you have signed a contract that you estimate will cost \$20,000. Working with that figure and charging on a percentage basis, your fees will be 15% of the cost. How large a deposit must the client give you, if you require 50% of your total fee! and your choices are a) \$500, b) 1,000, c) 1,200, or d) 1,500.
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yes i am
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Yay :)
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d

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\$20,000 x .15 = \$3,000