# [Solved] If a Wholesaler Takes a 50 Percent Markup on Its

## If a wholesaler takes a 50 percent markup on its cost, this is equal to a ______________ markup on selling price.

A) 33 1/3%

B) 200%

C) 100%

D) 20%

E) 50%

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