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# What is the markdown 70 to 256.50?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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70 to 256.50 is an increase - not a markdown! It is a 266.4% increase.

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Q: What is the markdown 70 to 256.50?
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### When was Markdown created?

Markdown was created in 2004.

### How do you find percent markdown?

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### Is a markdown of 25 percent followed by another markdown of 15 percent the same as a single markdown of 40 percent?

No. The second markdown doesn't apply to the original price. It applies to whatthe price is after the first markdown.25% markdown followed by 15% markdown brings you to 63.75% of the original price ...equivalent to a single markdown of 36.25% .This depends on whether by "another markdown of 15%", you mean15% of the (already marked-down) new price, or15% of the original priceExample:Original Price: \$400Single markdown of 40% of \$400 gives a final price of \$240Original Price: \$400Markdown of 25% of \$400 (\$100) gives a new price of \$300Second markdown of 15% of the new price \$300 (\$45) gives a final price of \$255This is not the same as a single markdown of 40%Original Price: \$400Markdown of 25% of \$400 (\$100) gives a new price of \$300Second markdown of 15% of the original price \$400 (\$60) gives a final price of \$240This *is* the same as a single markdown of 40%

### What is the percent of markdown on a skirt that is regularly priced at 50 and is on sale for 40?

The markdown is 20%.

### A pair of shoes with an original price of 300.00 is on sale for 210.00 Find the percent of the markdown?

The markdown is 30%

### What is the percent amount of the markdown from 73 to 54.75?

Reduction is 18.25, which is obviously a quarter of 73 so markdown is 25%

### What is ruger serial number 308-25650?

Impossible to answerw without a detailed description of all markings.

### How do you calulate a markdown or 25 percent?

discount means a deduction from the regular price of something formula for getting the MARKDOWN or discount: discounted price = regular price minus (% off multiplied by the regular price) Example: 30% off of \$100 = 30% discount applied to \$100 = \$100 - (30% * \$100) = \$100 - (0.30 * \$100) = \$100 - \$30 = \$70

### Why would you do a markdown?

to decrease the selling price of an item

### If something is 98.50 and it's a 70 percent off sale how much would it be?

Assuming that \$98.50 is its original price, not its markdown price, then its new price will be 98.5 x 0.7 = \$68.95. Swap currency signs to the appropriate if necessary.

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