Q: Wholesale price 23 markup 18 percent what is the new price?

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Convert the percent of increase into a decimal, multiply that by the original price and take that answer, and add it on to the original price. BAM. new price:)

It is 100*(Old price - New Price)/Old Price, assuming that the New Price is less than the Old.

The new price is 81.00.

$59.50

100 - 15 = 85one hundred percent minus fifteen percent is eighty five percent - the new price is eighty five percent of the old price.14.99 * 0.85 = 12.74 (12.7415)

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The new price is $27.14.

60

$82.50

78x1.5= 117+78= 195

$5.00 marked up 125% is $11.25

$60 x .18 = $10.80 $60+$10.80= $70.80 price of your new jacket

The question is slightly ambiguous, so I'll list the two possibilities:If the original price is 50, and the new price is 50 + a 40% markup, then we can calculate as follows:New price = 50 + 40%= 50 x 1.4= 70If however you meant that the original price is 50 including a 40% markup (eg tax), and you want to calculate the new price with this markup removed, we calculate the answer as:New price +40% = 50New price x 1.4 = 50New price = 50 / 1.4= 34.84= 35 (approx)

0.173 (17.3%) is the price markup. The formula is (25750-21950)/21950 x 100 = Price % Markup

12.76 apex

You can only buy cars wholesale if you're a car dealer or if you have some other agreement with the manufacturer. Wholesale is the price you get when you buy many of something. You can't pay the wholesale price unless you make a deal with someone to buy dozens of hundreds of their vehicles.

Convert the percent of increase into a decimal, multiply that by the original price and take that answer, and add it on to the original price. BAM. new price:)

Here's how to find out. Take the markup percentage (15, in your example) and move the decimal two places to the left. Then write a 1 to the left of the decimal, so you get 1.15...or 1.38, 1.75 or whatever the markup is. Divide the price by that number, and you have it.