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Q: If a 450 item was 30 off what is the discounted price?

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The discounted price will be $2,400.00

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

The 40% would be $100, so the discounted price is $250 - $100 = $150.

$37.50

The final total will be $60.48

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A discount on an item is a certain percentage off of an item. A price cut is a certain dollar amount off an item.For example,a $90 item, would be discounted at 30% which is $63.a $90 item, with a $30 price cut is $60

The discounted price is $31.50

The discounted price will be $2,400.00

no discounted price is the price after some money has been taken off the sale price for a sale etc. but sale price is the original price

You seem to be saying that 15% off gives a discounted price of 680, and asking what the original price was before the discount. Since the price was discounted by 15%, the discounted price is 85% of the original price. Dividing 680 by 0.85 gives 800 as the original price.

The discounted price is 35.34

you can just divide it by two._____________________________________________________________(original price)-(% off in decimal form)*(original price)=[1-(% off in decimal form)]*(original price)=discounted pricein this case, (1-0.5)*(original price)=(original price)/2=discounted price

You take your final price and divide it by the difference in percentage. Then take that figure and divide it by the final discounted difference in percentage.Here is how you arrive at the final discounted price.So, it the store gives you a 10% and 15 % discount off the original price you would multiply the original price by .10 to get the first discounted price. Then you would multiply the new discounted price by .15 for the final discounted price.Here is how to undo the math to arrive back at the original price.If all your given is the final price and the discounted percentages, you would divide the final price by 90% and then take that price and once again divide by 85%.

$50 * .25 = 12.50 so that is how much is discounted off. The discounted price is then 50 - 12.50 = $37.50

discounted price is 126

The employee's price would be 363. I did the calc and got a final price of $306.00. $450 - 15% = $382.5 15% of $450 is $67.5 $382.5 - 20% = $306 20% of $382.5 is $76.5

Because the second discount refers to the already-discounted price, not to the original full price. Example: -- The item was originally priced at $100. -- It was discounted 20%, and that brought its price down to $80. -- If it's discounted again later, then the second 20% discount will be 20% of $80, not 20% of $100. 20% of $80 is $16, so the second discount will reduce the price to $64. -- If it had been reduced from $100 all the way to $64 in one cut the first time, that discount would have been 36% .

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