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Sales Tax, Discounts, and Commissions Section 6.7
Objectives Solve applications involving sales tax Solve applications involving discount Solve applications involving commission
Objective 1: Solve applications involving sales tax
Objective 1 Percent of purchase price is sales tax R x B = A Purchase price + tax = total price
Objective 2: Solve applications involving discount
Objective 2 Percent discount of original price is dollar amount of discount R x B = A Original price - discount = sale price
Objective 3: Solve applications involving commission
Objective 3 Percent commission of total sales is dollar amount of commission R x B = A Base pay + commission = total pay
EXAMPLE 1 Finding a Sale Price You are shopping for a guitar and find one with an original price of $160. The store is offering a 30% discount on all guitars.
Lesson 1: Buying Furniture and Appliances Consumer Math p
Two Step Equation Percentages Adding and Subtracting Adding -- Tax, Markup –Original amount + a percent of that amount –An item is marked up 75%
Application with Percents Discounted Sale Price and Sales Tax.
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Lesson 7.7 Concept: How to solve problems involving discounts and sales tax. Guidelines: A discount is the difference between the original price and the.
NS1.6 Calculate the percentage of increase and decrease of a quantity. NS1.7 Solve problems that involve discounts, markups, commissions, and profit and.
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Estimating With Percents Lesson 6-8. Sales Tax Round the cost of a given item to the nearest dollar. Multiply that estimate by the decimal version of.
Lesson 1-1 Example Example 1 Karen bought a dress that cost $32. She paid 7% in sales tax. How much did she pay in tax? 1.Write the percent proportion.
Percent Change: Percent Increase / Percent Decrease Objective: Learn to solve problems involving percent increase and percent decrease.
Using Percents to Solve Problems
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WORD PROBLEMS - PERCENTS
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Percent and Problem Solving: Sales Tax, Commission, and Discount
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