Q: What is the new price if the original price is 23 with a markup of 18 percent?

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$82.50

$5.00 marked up 125% is $11.25

$68.64

The original price was $312.50

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60

78x1.5= 117+78= 195

The new price is 27.14

The question is slightly ambiguous, so I'll list the two possibilities:If the original price is 50, and the new price is 50 + a 40% markup, then we can calculate as follows:New price = 50 + 40%= 50 x 1.4= 70If however you meant that the original price is 50 including a 40% markup (eg tax), and you want to calculate the new price with this markup removed, we calculate the answer as:New price +40% = 50New price x 1.4 = 50New price = 50 / 1.4= 34.84= 35 (approx)

$82.50

$5.00 marked up 125% is $11.25

Convert the percent of increase into a decimal, multiply that by the original price and take that answer, and add it on to the original price. BAM. new price:)

$60 x .18 = $10.80 $60+$10.80= $70.80 price of your new jacket

$68.64

The original price was $312.50

The original price is 250. After you mark it down 15%, the new price is 212.50 .

Original price - discount = new price Original price - (Original price x 0.15) = 18.00 Which can be written as: 1 Original price - 0.15 Original price = 18.00 Which can be written as: 0.85 Original price = 18.00 Wich can be written as: Original price = 18.00 / 0.85 Original price = 21.18 Note that since there is 15% off in the original price, the new price is essentially (100% - 15%) = 85% of the original price.