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what is the formula for marked price when Cost Price, Profit % and Discount% is given?

Asked by Ahsan(student) , on 10/2/12


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First find selling price. Selling Price=100+profit%/100*Cost price. When You have found selling price

Let marked price be x. By the problem:

Selling price=Marked pice-Discount%*marked price.find it

Posted by Suvrajit Mandal(student)on 11/2/12

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first find selling price ...SP = 100+profit % / 100 *CP.....

NOW, apply the formula .... MP = 100*SP/100-DIS.%

Posted by Meena Mishra(student)on 16/2/12

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 what is the formula for cost price when marked price,selling price and discount percent is given

Posted by Zeeishan(student)on 2/3/13

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First find selling price. Selling Price=100+profit%/100*Cost price. When You have found selling price

Let marked price be x. By the problem:

Selling price=Marked pice-Discount%*marked price.find it

Posted by Prathibha T(student)on 11/4/13

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an alimarh is sold for $ 42000after allowing a discount of 10%. find its marked price?

Posted by Simarjit Kaur(student)3 weeks, 5 days ago

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