Business, 25.11.2021 14:20, genyjoannerubiera

Bridget purchased 3 pairs of shoes online. The total bill of $126. 81 included a $7. 50 shipping charge and 6% tax on the total purchase. If the shoes that Bridget purchased were all priced the same, how much did each pair of shoes cost? a. $37. 52 b. $39. 77 c. $42. 42 d. $112. 56.

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