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Q: What is discount percent if sale price is 550 and marked price 500?

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How to calculate sale price if marked price and percent discount are given:First change the percent discount to a decimal.You then multiply the percent discount in decimal form by the marked price.Finally, you subtract the answer from the multiplication problem from the marked price, and get your final answer!

Suppose percent discount is D. Then Marked Price = Sale Price/(1-D/100)

The discount is about 17.4%

You save $128.00 and the sale price is $672.00

The discount value is $11.99 and the sale price is $67.99

Percentage discount = 100*(1 - sale price/original price)

The discount price is $37.50

The sale price is $42.00

The sale price is $270.00

35.50

The discount is 40 and the sale price is 160.

$997.15

If the discount is D percent and the sale price is S, then the original price was S*100/(100-D)

The original price was 120.00

About $578.57

The sale price will be $24.50

Multiply the price by 0.2 to get the amount of the discount. Multiply the price by 0.8 if you want to know the after sale price.

The regular price is $139.68

The regular price is $26.00

The sale price is $321.30

27.69

26.08

Discount = Original Price minus Sale price.

Percentage discount = 100*(27.95/38.95 - 1) = 28%

The original price is 23.00, as 13.80 is 60% of it.