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# HOW DO I ADD 5% OF 4192.50 ON A CALCULATOR - Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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• fougzki May 11, 2010

You can try this 4192.5 X .05 + 4192.5 = __________ or this 4192.5 X 1.05 = ___________ it should be more than 4192.5 that's 100 percent + 5 percent in simple form 1.05. Hope this helps.

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It's simply 4192.5 X 1.05 =4402.125..

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