Q: The sale price of a new pair of skis is 250.00 with a 20 percent discount What was the original price of the skis?

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128%

The original price was $6.88

35.50

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

$68.64

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$312.49 ; here's how: You have original price is 100%, final price = original price - discount amount, and discount amount = original price * discount percent.So Final price = original price - original price * discount percent = (Original price)*(100 % - discount percent).249.99 = P0 * (100%-20%) = P0 * (0.80) ---> P0 = 249.99 / 0.80 = 312.4875

34% discount

128%

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

The original price was 120.00

The original price was $6.88

35.50

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

If Greg got a 30% discount, he paid 70% of the original price- if they only ask for the percentage of the original price, the actual original price is irrelevant.

$68.64

Paying 90% of the original price.

If the discounted price is $35, then you must reverse the process to find the original price. The original price would be 38.99 dollars.