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If a sell price is $67.70 and their discount is 9% how do I calculate the List price?

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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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