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Q: How much will you save if you buy an item listed at 5.75.50 at a 30 percent discount?

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find the selling price of an item listed at $400 subject to a discounted series 25 percent 10 percent and 5 percent

$1.53

Yes. To determine the discount of 10%, move the decimal one space to the left. That will be the 10% discount. So if you're looking at a $100.00 item, the discount would be $10. If you're looking at a $79.85 item, the discount is $7.985 (or roughly $8.00).

The discount is 15% of 45 = 45*15/100 = 6.75 The sale price is 45 - 6.75 = 38.25.

You'll save $12.00 on this item. This means, the cost of the item to you is: $40 - $12.00 = $28.00

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The final price of the item, including the discount and sales tax, is: $73.44

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10% discount on an item marked 30.00 is 3.00

$18.87

The discount value is $11.99 and the sale price is $67.99

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16x0.78=12.48

A discount is when the value of an item is brought down. The discount can sometimes be expressed in terms of a value, or in terms of a percentage, for example, a 50% discount means that the value of the item is reduced by 50 percent, or a half.

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If your item is 50 dollars and the discount is 10 percent, you can divide 50 by 10 which would be five dollars off. It the discount is 20 percent, you can take 5 times 2 which would be 10 dollars off. Always begin by figuring out a 10 percent discount and multiply from there.

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