original price-sale price. Then original sale price/the answer to the previous.
Discount = Original Price minus Sale price.
If the discount is D percent and the sale price is S, then the original price was S*100/(100-D)
Percentage discount = 100*(1 - sale price/original price)
The answer depends on what information you have. If the sale price is s and the sale discount is d% then original price = 100*s/(100 - d)
Sale price/original price will give you a fraction. The fraction x100 gives you the percentage that the sale price is of the original price.100-(that percentage) gives the percent taken off.
multiply the original price with the amount of the percentagethen subtract the sale price with the original priceexample:18.50 18.50 original pricex 20 20% off__________3.80 subtract with original price :')
If a pair of jeans cost 25% more than the original price which is 40, then the selling price of a pair of jeans is 50.
The original price was was 60
Original price = Sale price + Discount amount