Q: What is the original price if the new price is 120 after a markup of 200 percent?

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It depends on 120 per cent of what! 120% of marginal cost? total cost? normal selling price?

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40% of 120 is same as 40/100 times 120 = 48

What is the sale price of an item that costs $75.00 and is discounted 30%?

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To find the final price after a 20% markup, multiply the original price by 120% or 1.2. 216 x 1.2 = 259.20

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75 percent=.75=3/4 [3/4x=120]4 [3x=4(120)] 1/3 x=4/3(120) x=160

$150.00

If 10% of the grapes spoil, the store is left with 180 pounds. To calculate the markup price per pound, we first determine the cost of the 180 pounds of grapes. Therefore, the store would need to sell the grapes at $0.77 per pound ($0.60 x 1.15) to achieve a 15% markup on cost.

If you got 20% discount then you paid 80% of the full price. If 120 is 80% then 100% is 150 ie 120 x 100/80

You could do it in a few ways. Assumung the cost price was in cell A2 and in another cell you wanted to show it having been increased by 20%, you could do any of these: =A2*120% =A2*1.2 =A2+A2*20%

3,120/120 = 263,120 is 26 times the original 120.It's an increase of 25 times over the original = 2,500 percent increase.

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It depends on 120 per cent of what! 120% of marginal cost? total cost? normal selling price?

A markup calculator is used to work out the final retail cost of an item if you know the price it was bought for and the percentage markup (how much profit) you want to make. There are online calculators which can do this automatically for you, or you can just use a normal calculator: for example, if you buy something for 100 and want to make 20% profit, the final price should be 100*1.2 = 120.

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