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If it's selling at $67.70 with a 9% discount, then 67.70 is 0.91 of the list price. Divide 67.7 by 0.91 to get about 74.40 .

The list price is $74.70 .

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

93% savings sounds like a lot. It means that's selling for 7% of the normal price, which in this case is $385.71.

If you mean it's selling for 93% of the normal price, that would make it $29.99

If you mean it's selling for 93% of the normal price, that would make it $29.99

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Nov 10, 2015 | 2000 Mazda MPV

- Divide 20 by 100 to convert 20 percent to the decimal 0.2.
- Multiply 0.2 by the price of the item to calculate the amount of the discount. For example, if the original price of the item equals $24, you would multiply 0.2 by $24 to get $4.80.
- Subtract the value of the discount from the original price to find the price of the item after the discount. In this example, you would subtract $4.80 from $24 to find the price after the discount to be $19.20.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7541056_calculate-20-off.html

Mar 03, 2015 | Mathsoft Computers & Internet

20% of $64 is $12.80 . A 20% discount of a $64 jacket makes the sale price $64 - $12.80 or $51.20 .

Oct 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

15%. Here's how: The game is selling for $68 instead of the regular $80 price or 68/80 (sixty-eight eightieths) of full price. 68 divided by 80 = .85 which is 85%. This means $68 represents 85% of $80. 100(%) - 85(%) = 15(%) That means that $68 is a 15% discount from $80.

Check the work by multiplying 80 by 15% (80 x .85) = 68.

Check the work by multiplying 80 by 15% (80 x .85) = 68.

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This achieved like this.

In sheet one there is cell where you input discount percentage say for exaple it cell B5. Now this cell needsto formatted to percentage(click location B5 and then right click and select format cell .On number tag select percentage). Also in cell C5 put 75 and it will write 75% as it formated to show percentage.

Let us look at one product and then you can apply the same principle to all products.

Go to sheet2. This will contain full price in one cell and discount price.Let us say full price is in location B10 and you want the discounted price in C10.

Now if the discount is 30 % then obiously you are paying 75% of full price.

To display discount price in sheet2 at C10, you need to enter this formula in C10

C10*sheet2!$B$5

Now as soon as your the discount changes C10 will change to reflect the discount rate.

In sheet one there is cell where you input discount percentage say for exaple it cell B5. Now this cell needsto formatted to percentage(click location B5 and then right click and select format cell .On number tag select percentage). Also in cell C5 put 75 and it will write 75% as it formated to show percentage.

Let us look at one product and then you can apply the same principle to all products.

Go to sheet2. This will contain full price in one cell and discount price.Let us say full price is in location B10 and you want the discounted price in C10.

Now if the discount is 30 % then obiously you are paying 75% of full price.

To display discount price in sheet2 at C10, you need to enter this formula in C10

C10*sheet2!$B$5

Now as soon as your the discount changes C10 will change to reflect the discount rate.

Sep 03, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

Cost/Sell / Margin can be very confusing it uses the following Account formulas (For Cost = Selling price - ( Selling price / Markup) For Sell = Selling Price =Cost / (1-Margin%))

It is not a pure percentage. Please respond back if you have any other questions.

It is not a pure percentage. Please respond back if you have any other questions.

Apr 22, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Lets say Your

MRP = 199

BESTSALE = 130

Now you want to calculate that howmuch percentage of BESTSALE i.e 130, will be added to get MRP i.e. 199.

If m right what do you want, then use the following formula:

Percentage = ((MRP/BESTSALE) - 1) x 100

In your case 199/130 = 1.5307....

So 1.5307 - 1 = 0.5307

Then 0.5307 x 100 = 53.07 %

Thanks

Iqbal

MRP = 199

BESTSALE = 130

Now you want to calculate that howmuch percentage of BESTSALE i.e 130, will be added to get MRP i.e. 199.

If m right what do you want, then use the following formula:

Percentage = ((MRP/BESTSALE) - 1) x 100

In your case 199/130 = 1.5307....

So 1.5307 - 1 = 0.5307

Then 0.5307 x 100 = 53.07 %

Thanks

Iqbal

Mar 10, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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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