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Q: If you buy something with a 70 percent reduction in the price and you get it for 216 what is the original price?

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This means 460 is 70% of the original price (100%-30% reduction = 70%). So you do 460 / 70 = 6,571428571428571 6,571428571428571 * 100 = 657,1428571428571 The original price was 657,14

The original price was $75.00

30 percent reduction means it is now selling at 70 percent of its original price. 70/100 = 17309 Divide 17309 by 70 to find 1% and then multiply the quotient by 100 to find its original price. 17309/70 = 247.2714286 247.2714286*100 = 24727.14286 dollars which is its original price. Answer: 24727 dollars correct to the nearest dollar.

That means that there is a discount (a price reduction, compared to the "official" price), and that this reduction is calculate as a percentage of the total price.

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$23,684.21 I believe.

This means 460 is 70% of the original price (100%-30% reduction = 70%). So you do 460 / 70 = 6,571428571428571 6,571428571428571 * 100 = 657,1428571428571 The original price was 657,14

(original- after price)/original x 100

The original price was $75.00

The sale price is 88.20

If it is FOR 25% then 12.50

30 percent reduction means it is now selling at 70 percent of its original price. 70/100 = 17309 Divide 17309 by 70 to find 1% and then multiply the quotient by 100 to find its original price. 17309/70 = 247.2714286 247.2714286*100 = 24727.14286 dollars which is its original price. Answer: 24727 dollars correct to the nearest dollar.

That means that there is a discount (a price reduction, compared to the "official" price), and that this reduction is calculate as a percentage of the total price.

It is = (reduction in price)/(original price) * 100.

7 x P/10

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A reduction of 35% leaves the price at (100 - 35)% = 65%. 65% of 8.40 = 8.40*65/100 = 5.46

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