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Percent Applications Lesson 7.6 OBJ: To find markups, discounts, sales tax, and tips
Markup An increase from the wholesale price of an item to the retail price. Retail Price = wholesale + markup Retail = wholesale x (100% + Markup percent) Example – What is the retail price of a bracelet that has a wholesale cost of $7 if the markup percent is 120%?
Discounts A decrease from the original price of an item to the sale price. Sale Price = Original price – Discount Sale Price = Original Price x (100% - Discount Percent) Example - A pair of jeans that originally costs $42 is 25% off. Find the sale price.
Using Sales Tax and Tips Sales Tax – A tax based on the amount paid for goods bought, usually added to the price. It is calculated using percents. Tip – An amount of money given based on the percentage of bill and service. It is calculated using percents. Example – The bill for your restaurant meal is $23. You leave a 15% tip. The sales tax is 5%. What is the total cost of the meal? ** The tip is based on the food bill only. Do not include the sales tax when finding a tip.
Finding an Original Amount Retail Price = Whole Price x (100% + Markup percent) Example – A store marks up the wholesale price of a printer by 80%. The retail price is $120. What is the wholesale price of the printer?
Examples 1.Find the retail price of a collectible figurine with a wholesale cost of $12 that is marked up 75%. 2.Mason buys a suit that is on sale for 20% off the original price of $180. What is the sale price?
Examples 3.The bill for a familys meal at a restaurant is $68. They leave a 15% tip. The sales tax is 6%. What is the total cost of their meal? 4.A dress shop marks up the wholesale price of a prim dress by 115%. The retail price is $180. What is the wholesale price of the dress?
Assignments Class work – Guided Practice P Homework – Text p , #s evens