You have spent $2,500 on liquor for your bar. Your bar sales have been $12,890. What is your cost of sales for liquor, expressed as a percentage?

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You have spent $2,500 on liquor for your bar. Your bar sales have been $12,890. What is your cost of sales for liquor, expressed as a percentage?

i cant see the graph

step-by-step explanation:

g(x) = 3*(8(3^(x−2))+2)

g(x) = 24 (3^(x-2) )+6

the factor is 2

step-by-step explanation:

let f(x)=8(3^(x−2)+2)

to stretch a graph by 3, it would be 3f(x)

g(x) =3f(x)

g(x) = 3*(8(3^(x−2))+2)

g(x) = 24 (3^(x-2) )+6

x −2 0 2 4 6

f(x) 1/64 1/16 1/4 1 4

1/64 * z * z = 1/16

i multiplies by z twice because it its 2 steps from -2 to 0

1/64 z^2 = 1/16

multiply by 64 to clear the fraction on the left side

1/4 * 64 z^2 =1/16 *64

z^2 = 4

take the square root of each side

sqrt(z^2) = ±sqrt(4)

z = ±2

we are multiplying by 2 each time.

Idon’t see the picture

answer: need picture of problem

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