If a price reflects discount, the discount has already been applied.
if you mean "Net Price", it's the amount after deducting trade discount and cash discount.
It means a discount price
Price paid after the discount is subtracted is called the discount price. This is also commonly referred to as the net price.
Discount = Original Price - Discounted Price Percentage Discount = 100* Discount / Original Price
You need to know the discounted price and either the discount amount or the discount rate. If you know the discount amount: Original Price = Discounted Price + Discount If you know the Discount Rate (percentage discount ): Original Price = 100*Discounted Price / (100 - Discount Rate)
Price less Discount = Discounted price/Reduced price/Sale price.
Discount = Original Price - Discounted Price.Percentage Discount = 100*Discount/(Original Price)
discount price = price / 2
Discount = Original Price minus Sale price.
Sale priceis the total amount of money after a discount.
The discount is 75.1%
$312.49 ; here's how: You have original price is 100%, final price = original price - discount amount, and discount amount = original price * discount percent.So Final price = original price - original price * discount percent = (Original price)*(100 % - discount percent).249.99 = P0 * (100%-20%) = P0 * (0.80) ---> P0 = 249.99 / 0.80 = 312.4875
Original price = Sale price + Discount amount
The discount is 20%
The discount is about 17.4%
The discount value is $11.99 and the sale price is $67.99
Percentage * Original Price = Discount Price 30% * $30 = Discount Price 0.3 or (30/100) * $30 = $9 Discount Price = $9
No, only if you buy the phone at their discount price.
The discount goes up, the sale price goes down.
I believe you mean a 15 % discount. The discount is --- 0.15 x 12.57 = 1.8855 round to 1.88 ( merchants always round down) Since this is a discount subtract from the price. 12.57 - 1.88 = 10.69
Percentage discount = 100*(1 - sale price/original price)
The discount price is $37.50