posted by shelby on .
Craig wants to buy some software for his computer. The company that makes the software sells it to a software distributor for $30. The distributor adds 15% to the price and then sells it to the store. The store adds 25% on top of the price they pay for it to result in their regular price. But the day that Craig goes to the store, there is a sale of 25% off the regular price. How much does Craig pay for the software?
manufacturer's selling price =
stores selling price =
34.50+(34.50*25) = 43.13 which I rounded to 43.12.
Now take 25% of the stores normal selling price and subtract from 43.12 to obtain Craig's price.
I need help on my math questions, can someone help me??