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Q: A coat was reduced by 56 from the original price of 280 what is the percent of decrease?

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Approximately 22.22%

The discounted price will be = original price x (100 - %discount) / 100

16.7%

Multiply the 8.40 by 35, and divide by 100, this gives 2.94. Subtract the 2.94 from the original price (8.40) and you get 5.46

$67. Arithmetic will solve this. x-x*0.2 = 53.6, where x is the original sale price. Simplifying gives x*(1-0.2) - 53.6 or x*(0.8) = 53.6. Dividing the 0.8 through gives x = 67. Finding a reduced price is simply subtracting the original price multiplied by the discount (in fraction form from the original price.

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Approximately 22.22%

The original price was $79.50

$125 was the original price : 80% of 125 is 100.

The decrease is 25%.

The discounted price will be = original price x (100 - %discount) / 100

60 Dollars

the original price is reduced by a quater/ 25 %

The original mark up was 50%.

16.7%

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