Q: What is 6 percent of 150 plus 10 percent discount?

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A 10 percent discount of 140 is a discount of 14 (.10 x 140) Thus after a 10 percent discount, something that costs 140 would now cost 140 - 14 = 126

10% of 1800 is 180.

10 percent off is 10% discount from the price of something. 10% is 0.10 in decimal.

No.In the first case, $100 ==> less 10% ==> $90 ==> less 20% ==> $72In the second case, $100 ==> less 30% ==> $70

First find 10% by dividing by 10: 150/10 = 15 So 150 - 10% = 150 -15 = 135

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It is: 150+15 = 165 words

A 10 percent discount of 140 is a discount of 14 (.10 x 140) Thus after a 10 percent discount, something that costs 140 would now cost 140 - 14 = 126

10% of 150 is 15

It is a discount of 15.

10 percent discount of 876.06 = 788.454 10% off of 876.06= 10% discount applied to 876.06= 876.06 - (10% * 876.06)= 876.06 - (0.10 * 876.06)= 876.06 - 87.606= 788.454

10% of 150 = 15

10% discount on an item marked 30.00 is 3.00

10 percent of 1500 is 150.

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.

10 percent discount off 876 = 788.410% off of 876= 10% discount applied to 876= 876 - (10% * 876)= 876 - (0.10 * 876)= 876 - 87.6= 788.4

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