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Q: What is 100 percent markup?

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100 percent markup will double the price. 200 percent markup would triple the price. (For markup read increase.)

Nothing particular. The markup on drinks in restaurants often is.

Retail = cost*(1+markup/100)

a markup percent

3962 -1162 = 2800 which is dealer cost markup % = (3962/2800 - 1) times 100 to get percent = 41.5%

Depending on the brand, the markup on set of irons is between 40 and 300 percent. The average amount in is about 100 percent.

percent markup = 18%

(Selling Price - Cost price)/Selling Price * 100

The retail price will be 400 dollars. This is a high markup percent. You can get so many deals by participating in auctions or going through wholesale places.

4500 + 100% = 4500 + 4500 = 9000 dollars

Multiply the pre-markup price by 1.3

The idea here is to add the cost price (90) with the markup (33/100 times 90). Or, somewhat faster, you can just think "100% + 33% = 133%; therefore, multiply the original price by 1.33".

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