How to calculate sale price if marked price and percent discount are given:First change the percent discount to a decimal.You then multiply the percent discount in decimal form by the marked price.Finally, you subtract the answer from the multiplication problem from the marked price, and get your final answer!
first you divide the new price by the original price then you subtract that answer from 1 or 1.00 then you take the difference and multiply it by 100 and put the percent sign in place
75 percent subtract 80 = -5
40 percent of 6.95 is 2.78. So if you subtract 2.78 from 6.95, you will get 4.17. So the final price will be 4.17.
You take the original price and add 22% of it to get the final total.
Well 10 % off is : 10/100 multiplied by the previous selling price then subtract this from the previous selling price to give you your new marketing price
-- subtract the percent off from 100 -- divide the sale price by the answer -- multiply that answer by 100, and you have the original price
the answer is $2.65 if you need to find out another problem like this take the percent you are getting off and multiply it by the price of the thing you are buying then subtract your answer off of the original price then you got your answer
Sale price is 32.2310 percent of $35 is $3.50 subtract those two numbers.Then multiply by .055 to find the tax which is $1.73 and add it to the previous answer.
10% of $105 is $10.5, so subtract that from the original price: $105 - $10.5 = $94.50.
25% of 18.99 is 4.7475 Assuming you wanted to subtract that from the original price 18.99 - 4.7475 = 14.2425