# Warm ups: 02.10.10. Eric bought a pair of shoes originally priced at \$95 for 45% off. He paid \$52.25 not including tax. Which equation shows how Eric.

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Warm ups: 02.10.10

Eric bought a pair of shoes originally priced at \$95 for 45% off. He paid \$52.25 not including tax. Which equation shows how Eric paid \$52.25 for the shoes? A. \$95 - \$45 B. \$95 ÷.45 C. \$95 - \$ 95 ÷.45 D. \$95 - \$95 x.45

Eric decided to sell his shoes he bought for \$52.25 for 40% more than what he paid. He sold them for \$73.15. Which equation shoes how Eric figured he would sell them for \$73.15? A. \$52.25 + 40 B. \$52.25 ÷.40 + 52.25 C. \$52.25 - \$ 52.25 ÷.40 D. \$52.25 + \$52.25 x.40

Vocabulary PERCENT OFF Discount Sale Off Sale price Marked down % of the cost Fraction of the cost Original price to sale Vocabulary PERCENT MARKUP Markup Wholesale price to retail price Increase Tax Tip Original price to profit Math steps: 1.PLD Change the % OFF to a decimal. 2. Multiply the % as a decimal x the original\$\$ 3.SUBTRACT that from the original\$\$ Math steps: 1.PLD change the % markup to a decimal 2.Multiply the % as a decimal x the original \$\$ 3. ADD that back onto the original\$\$

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