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    Hi I am a fashion and retail student and I am having trouble figuring out this proble

    This years sales totaled $90,000 for August and $96,000 for September. If the planned seasonal sales distribution is as follows, figure the dollar sales for the remaining months of the period:

    August 15% $90,000

    September 16% $96,000

    October 14%

    November 19%

    December 24%

    January 12%
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    Re: Hi I am a fashion and retail student and I am having trouble figuring out this pr

    From the figures given, using their difference, we see 1% = $6,000. So take the magnitude of the percentage given for the remaining months and multiply them by $6,000 to find the sales for that month.
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