The original price was $104.00
The answer will depend on what information you do have.
The sale price will be $24.50
The total price with the discount and sales tax is: $55.64
The discount is about 30% (29.875%).
The sale price is 88.20
If there is no tax, $100.
You're asking how to calculate the final sale price of a discounted good. The formula is: Original Price - (Original Price * Discount Rate). As an example, let's say a laptop is priced at $499.99 and the store is offering a 10% discount. Our equation would look like: $499.99 - (499.99 x 0.10) = 449.99.
In most states, sales tax is applied to the final purchase price, thus the answer to this question would be the discount price.
purchase price x percent sales tax .... then added to the original amount
Sales discount is the reduction in price of value of sales to customer for promotional purposes.
The final price of the item, including the discount and sales tax, is: $73.44
The sale price is 40.00
The amount of tax divided by the percent of tax (expressed as a decimal) will equal the original price.
The discount is 75.1%
If you get a 3% discount, the you'll pay 97% of the list price.0.97 x $22.49 = $21.82
Assuming that there is no sales tax, you will multiply 50.00 by 0.10 (that is how you calculate percents) to get 5.00. You subtract this from the original price, to get 45.00. Again, this is assuming no sales tax. :)
Assuming the discount is applied before the sales tax is added... 20% of 52 is 10.4, so the price after discount is 41.60. 7% of 41.60 is 2.91 - so your final price is 44.51