**Sale price**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**“Original Price” is the price before the discount**

**“Discount Rate” is the percentage discount.**

**Question 1:**

**A laptop that was originally priced at $800 is now on sale for 15% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $800 – (0.15 x $800)**

**Sale Price = $800 – $120**

**Sale Price = $680**

**The sale price of the laptop is $680.**

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**Question 2:**

**A necklace that was originally priced at $120 is now on sale for 30% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Using the same formula as above, we have:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $120 – (0.30 x $120)**

**Sale Price = $120 – $36**

**Sale Price = $84**

**The sale price of the necklace is $84.**

**Requested by: Suhail**

**Question 3:**

**A pair of shoes that were originally priced at $75 is now on sale for 25% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Applying the formula:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $75 – (0.25 x $75)**

**Sale Price = $75 – $18.75**

**Sale Price = $56.25**

**the sale price of the shoes is $56.25.**

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**Question 4:**

**A toy that was originally priced at $40 is now on sale for 10% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Using the formula:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $40 – (0.10 x $40)**

**Sale Price = $40 – $4**

**Sale Price = $36**

**The sale price of the toy is $36.**

**Requested by: Suhail**

**Question 5:**

**A book that was originally priced at $25 is now on sale for 20% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Applying the formula:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $25 – (0.20 x $25)**

**Sale Price = $25 – $5**

**Sale Price = $20**

**The sale price of the book is $20.**

**Requested by: Suhail**

**Question 6:**

**A camera that was originally priced at $500 is now on sale for 35% off. ****What is the sale price?**

**Solution:**

**Using the formula:**

**Sale Price = Original Price – (Discount Rate x Original Price)**

**Sale Price = $500 – (0.35 x $500)**

**Sale Price = $500 – $175**

**Sale Price = $325**

**The sale price of the camera is $325.**

**Requested by: Suhail**

**Cost Price**

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**“Selling Price” is the sale price after the discount**

**“Profit Margin” is the percentage profit margin.**

**Question 1:**

**A toy is sold for $60, which is a 20% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the toy is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $60 / (1 + 0.20)**

**x = $60 / 1.20**

**x = $50**

**The cost price of the toy is $50.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

**Question 2:**

**A jacket is sold for $90, which is a 25% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the jacket is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $90 / (1 + 0.25)**

**x = $90 / 1.25**

**x = $72**

**The cost price of the jacket is $72.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

**Question 3:**

**A book is sold for $24, which is a 50% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the book is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $24 / (1 + 0.50)**

**x = $24 / 1.50**

**x = $16**

**Therefore, the cost price of the book is $16.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

**Question 4:**

**A pair of shoes is sold for $120, which is a 30% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the shoes is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $120 / (1 + 0.30)**

**x = $120 / 1.30**

**x = $92.31 (rounded to two decimal places)**

**Therefore, the cost price of the shoes is $92.31.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

**Question 4:**

**A laptop is sold for $900, which is a 15% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the laptop is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $900 / (1 + 0.15)**

**x = $900 / 1.15**

**x = $782.61 (rounded to two decimal places)**

**Therefore, the cost price of the laptop is $782.61.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

**Question 5:**

**A piece of jewelry is sold for $500, which is a 40% profit on the cost price. ****What is the cost price?**

**Solution:**

**Let’s assume that the cost price of the jewelry is x dollars.**

**Using the formula: **

**Cost Price = Selling Price / (1 + Profit Margin)**

**We can plug in the given values and solve for x:**

**x = $500 / (1 + 0.40)**

**x = $500 / 1.40**

**x = $357.14 (rounded to two decimal places)**

**Therefore, the cost price of the jewelry is $357.14.**

**Requested by: Zaki**

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