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What's 10 % of 40? 4(now times by 3) so 30% of 40 must be 12 so the markup price would be 52$ just add the number(12) you got from your percentage and the 40 and bam u got your answer. Hope u understand

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

To convert a percent to a number divide the %-value by 100 and remove the %-sign. Or move the decimal mark two places to the left and remove the % symbol.

Aug 13, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Depends on where you buy it! Huge markup discrepancies in the jewelry world. Some places will sell something at 50% markup, some others will sell for several hundred percent markup. And I'm not talking like one is real and the other is a knockoff. I'm talking two identical items can sell for drastically different prices at different places.

if they have a huge sparkly chandelier and two inch thick plush carpeting in their store, expect that to work into the price you're paying;)

if they have a huge sparkly chandelier and two inch thick plush carpeting in their store, expect that to work into the price you're paying;)

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Jun 07, 2013 | Cell Phones

Sad as it may be, this calculator does not have a % button/key/menu. So do not look for it. However you can still convert your decimal numbers to percent values.

1 %= 1 per cent (100) = 1/100=0.01

0.01=0.01*100/100=(0.01*100)/100=1/100=1%

To convert a decimal number to %, move the decimal mark two places to the right.

To convert a percent value to a decimal value, move the decimal mark two places to the left and drop the % symbol.

75%=0.75

135%=1.35

1 %= 1 per cent (100) = 1/100=0.01

0.01=0.01*100/100=(0.01*100)/100=1/100=1%

To convert a decimal number to %, move the decimal mark two places to the right.

To convert a percent value to a decimal value, move the decimal mark two places to the left and drop the % symbol.

75%=0.75

135%=1.35

Aug 12, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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any % =1/100 of that number

for example:

100%=100/100

63%=63/100=.63

21%=21/100.21

easiest way is divide the number you want to get the percent for by 100

x%=x/100, alternately quick and dirty, move the decimal point to the left 2 digits.

for example:

100%=100/100

63%=63/100=.63

21%=21/100.21

easiest way is divide the number you want to get the percent for by 100

x%=x/100, alternately quick and dirty, move the decimal point to the left 2 digits.

Jan 15, 2010 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi,

I think you should refer to you definitions. The 20% is called the markup. The profit margin is calculated with respect to the revenue. So you should divide the 400$ by 2400$ to get a net profit margin of 400/2400 =0.1667 or 16.67% (And we are not taking into account the taxes).

Margin = Markup /(price + Markup)

Markup = Margin* (Price +Markup)

Markup = Margin*Markup + Margin* Price

Markup*(1-Margin) =Margin*Price

Markup = Margin*Price/( 1-Margin)

For Price =2000, Margin =0.2 (that is 20%)

Markup = 0.2*2000(1-0.8) =0.2*2000/0.8

Markup = 2000*(0.2/0.8)= 2000*0.25 = 500

Thus to have a (net) profit margin of 20%, an item costing 2000$ must be marked up by 500$.

Try not to reason with numbers. Write the defining relation and use algebra to isolate for the variable you seek.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using Fixya and for rating this solution.

I think you should refer to you definitions. The 20% is called the markup. The profit margin is calculated with respect to the revenue. So you should divide the 400$ by 2400$ to get a net profit margin of 400/2400 =0.1667 or 16.67% (And we are not taking into account the taxes).

Margin = Markup /(price + Markup)

Markup = Margin* (Price +Markup)

Markup = Margin*Markup + Margin* Price

Markup*(1-Margin) =Margin*Price

Markup = Margin*Price/( 1-Margin)

For Price =2000, Margin =0.2 (that is 20%)

Markup = 0.2*2000(1-0.8) =0.2*2000/0.8

Markup = 2000*(0.2/0.8)= 2000*0.25 = 500

Thus to have a (net) profit margin of 20%, an item costing 2000$ must be marked up by 500$.

Try not to reason with numbers. Write the defining relation and use algebra to isolate for the variable you seek.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using Fixya and for rating this solution.

Nov 30, 2009 | Canon P23-DH Calculator

The computer is not broken and is correct saying what the sales price is. If you work backwards from selling price and take 20% off, then you get 29.24. The program is a generally accepted accounting principle (GAAP) that has markup not from cost, but from retail. You have been doing it wrong all these years and have been giving your customers a better deal. Play with the numbers and you will see what I mean.

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