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)
You could not. You need to know the pre-discount price as well.
The amount after the discount is $12.25
If your item is 50 dollars and the discount is 10 percent, you can divide 50 by 10 which would be five dollars off. It the discount is 20 percent, you can take 5 times 2 which would be 10 dollars off. Always begin by figuring out a 10 percent discount and multiply from there.
To find the discount of something, you need to take whatever percent the discount is, turn it into a decimal, and multiply it by the price of the discounted item. Example: You want to buy something that is $10.00 The item has a 25% discount. take 10 and multiply it by .25 Discount: $2.50
The amount saved is $9.35 and the sale price is $68.56
The name of the amount of money you save when you buy an item at a discounted price is called the difference of the original price. To find the difference, you simply subtract the discount price from the original price and that total is the amount of money you saved, the difference.
A discount on an item is a certain percentage off of an item. A price cut is a certain dollar amount off an item.For example,a $90 item, would be discounted at 30% which is $63.a $90 item, with a $30 price cut is $60
Because the second discount refers to the already-discounted price, not to the original full price. Example: -- The item was originally priced at $100. -- It was discounted 20%, and that brought its price down to $80. -- If it's discounted again later, then the second 20% discount will be 20% of $80, not 20% of $100. 20% of $80 is $16, so the second discount will reduce the price to $64. -- If it had been reduced from $100 all the way to $64 in one cut the first time, that discount would have been 36% .
find the selling price of an item listed at $400 subject to a discounted series 25 percent 10 percent and 5 percent
Discount = 20% means the discounted price is 80% (100-20) of the original price. 80% of 419.95 = 419.95*80/100 = 335.96
13.77 will be the discounted price if the standard price is 16.50.
Discount #1 = 40% Discount #2 = (100% - 40%) X 30% = 18% Discount #3 = (100% - 40% - 18%) X 10% = 4.2% Total discount off the original price = 40% + 18% + 4.2% = 62.2%
A discount is a reduction of an item price either by a percentage or a fixed amount, resulting in net lower cost.
Yes. To determine the discount of 10%, move the decimal one space to the left. That will be the 10% discount. So if you're looking at a $100.00 item, the discount would be $10. If you're looking at a $79.85 item, the discount is $7.985 (or roughly $8.00).
10% discount on an item marked 30.00 is 3.00
The discount value is $11.99 and the sale price is $67.99
$56.25$45 is 80% of the original price45/.80=56.25
you take the amount of the discount and divide it by the cost of the item, the answer will be your percentage. ex: 10.00 item with a 2.50 discount = 25%