I need help setting up my problem for my math homework.
I need help setting up my problem for my math homework.
A store sells CDs at 20% off the displayed price. The store buys copies of a CD for $12 each. If the store owner wants to make a 10% profit on the CDs, what price should she list for each CD...
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Omar bought a suit on sale for $584. This price was 27% less than the original price. What was the original price?
If you work 15 minutes per day for a week and want to increase your time 40% each week, what week will you be working 40 minutes per day?
How many 20% solutions should be mixed with 50% solutions to obtain 12 liters of 30% solution
Suppose the number of music majors at BYU-Idaho is 300, and the number of English majors is 3178. There are ___% more English majors than music majors
How can $66,000 be invested, part at 10% annual simple interest and the remainder at 12% annual simple interest, so that the interest earned by the two accounts will be equal?
How do I get the percent increase?
Express 11 cents as a percentage of $3.40. Show full working Thank you :)
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How do you find the depreciation of something?
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The average sale price of a house in the united states decreased from $301,000 in february 2008 to 152,000 in february 2013
A street vendor buys raincoats for $36 and marks them up by 25%. At the end of the season, he sells them at a discount of 30%. At what cost did he sell it finally?
This is a math problem from my Business Math class. It is actually a whole chart with some missing numbers but I had to turn it into a word problem to be able to post it. Please show how you worked...
the question says X=60%Y. if Y=100, then X=60 than what is 60% of 100
If an employee was expected to complete 50 units in one hour and they actually completed 45 units, what percentage of work was completed?
A factory has 2 times as many technicians as engineers. The factory will expand top have 40% more total workers, but only add 20 engineers. After this, there will be 3 times as many technicians...