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Name _____________________________ | Date _______________ |

A car dealership sold six cars. The people that bought the cars were Nicole, Taylor, Alexis, Rebecca, Lauren, and Christina. They each paid a different amount for the cars ($8,000, $12,100, $12,600, $14,200, $9,800, and $11,300) and each had to make a down payment ($4,840, $3,550, $4,410, $490, $2,260, and $3,600).

Figure out the car each person bought and the down payment they made.

1. |
Rebecca had to pay five percent sales tax on top of the total cost of the car. The total sales tax came to $490. | |

2. |
Alexis paid 1/5 of the total cost of the car as a down payment. | |

3. |
To the nearest tenth of a percent, the cost of Lauren's car was 57.5% more than the cost of Christina's car. | |

4. |
Nicole paid 1/4 of the total cost of the car as a down payment. | |

5. |
The person that bought the $12,100 car paid 40% down. | |

6. |
Rebecca paid 5% down on the car she bought. | |

7. |
Christina had to pay seven percent sales tax on top of the total cost of the car. The total sales tax came to $560. | |

8. |
The person that bought the $12,600 car paid 35% down. | |

9. |
Taylor paid 40% down on the car she bought. | |

10. |
To the nearest tenth of a percent, the cost of Alexis' car was 15.3% more than the cost of Rebecca's car. |