Step by step explanation
The land-line telephone costs =$25.95
Utilities tax percentage = 4.5% = 4.5/100 = 0.045
Utility tax for amount $25.95 = 25.95*0.045
Utility tax = $1.17
The amount of telephone bill with tax = $25.95 + $1.17
There are 12 months in a year.
Telephone bill for a year = $27.12 * 12
Therefore, the nearest amount $325.41
You need to pay $325.41 as telephone bill for a year.
We know that a land-line phone charges $25.95 per month plus a utility tax of 4.5% on it.
So for one month, the total bill of the land-line phone will be:
Multiplying this amount by 12 to find out the bill to be payed for using the land-line phone for one whole year.
Therefore, the correct answer option is $325.41.
1. (8+4) x 2 = 8 + (4 x 2)
(12) x 2 = (8) + 8
24= 16 - not true
2. When you distribute you times everything in the parenthese with the number on the outside.
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The answer is D, 16