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1. Original price: $92
Discount: 15%
What is the sale price?
2. Original price: $110
Sale price: $91.30
What is the discount?
3. Discount: 33%
Sale price: $134.00
What is the original price?
4. Cost to store: $32
Markup: 16%
What is the selling price?

Someone will be glad to check your answers.

1. $78.20
2. ?
3. $200
4. $37.12 
1. $78.20  yes
2. ?
100 (91.3/110) = 83%
100  83 = 17%
3. $200  no
4. $37.12  yes 
3. 100%  33% = 67%
a = 0.67 * 134
= 89.78? 
Sorry  but I made a mistake. Your original answer of $200 was correct.

okay thanks

:) You're welcome.
Again  I'm sorry. 
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