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posted by micheal .
can u help me with a problem like this find the original price: tickets marke35% to $59.40
and find the percent of the discount or markup: $52 sweater on sale for $31.20 please help

Is the first problem marked up to 59.40?
52  31.2 = ?
Divide your answer by 52 and multiply by 100. 
40

$52 sweater on sale for $31.20

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