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Q: Difference between the original price and the sale price?

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Subtract the sale price from the original price and get the difference of the two. Take the difference and then divide it by the original price to get a decimal. Multiply the decimal by 100 to get percent (discount). Example: Original price $20, sale price $15. 20-15= 5 5/20= 0.25 0.25x100= 25% To check your work, take the original price and multiply it by the discount. If the result is the same as the difference between the original price and the sale price, it is correct. Example: $20x 0.25 (25%percent)= $5 $20-$5=$15 (sale price). Hope this helps

original price-sale price. Then original sale price/the answer to the previous.

Discount = Original Price minus Sale price.

The sale price is dependent on the original price.

The original price was was 60

Original price = Sale price + Discount amount

The original price was $16.00

The original price was 34.20

The original price was 1,000.00

The answer depends on what information you have. If the sale price is s and the sale discount is d% then original price = 100*s/(100 - d)

The original price was 300.00

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