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Discount (%) MA.7.1.1 Solve problems using fractions, decimals and percents Period 3

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Definition A percentage / fraction off a regular price.

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Example Examples of a discount of 25% is: $46.25 *.25 = $11.56 (Discount) Discounted Price = $34.69 [46.25 – 11.56] $18.36 *.25 = $4.59 (Discount) Discounted Price = $13.77 [18.36 – 4.59]] Multiply the original cost by the percent (%) of the discount. To figure out the discounted price you subtract discount amount from the regular price.

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Question? Joe went to the store. He bought 2 shirts for 15.95 each. The shirts were on sale for 25% off the regular price. * How much did Joe save? * How much did Joe have to pay?

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Answer! $15.95 * 2 = $31.90regular price $31.90 *.25 = $7.98money saved $31.90 – $7.98 = $23.92sale price

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