A retailer bought an item for RM40 less 10% and 5%.If the retailer intends to make a gross profit of 25% of the cost by selling the item at a 60% discount,find the list price.

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  1. MATH(markup and markdown )

    A retailer bought an item for RM40 less 10% and 5%.If the retailer intends to make a gross profit of 25% of the cost by selling the item at a 60% discount,find the list price.
  2. algebra

    A particular style of sunglasses costs the retailer $80 per pair. At what price should the retailer mark them so he can sell them at a 20% discount off the selling price and still make 30% profit on his cost?
  3. math

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  4. math

    A retailer planned to buy some computers form a wholesaler for a total of Shillings 1,800,000. Before the retailer could buy the computers the price per unit was reduced by shillings 4,000. This reduction in price enabled the retailer to buy five more computers using the same ...
  5. math

    A retailer planned to buy some computers form a wholesaler for a total of shilling 1,800,000. Before the retailer could buy the computers the price per unit was reduced by shilling 4,000. This reduction in price enabled the retailer to buy five more computers using the same ...
  6. Math!

    Pls help me on this, i dunno the answer but i got the answer of my own, but its wrong nad this paper is already marked, but i still cant seem to understand how to solve this! A furniture store bought an item for $810 less 15%. The store's expenses are 38% of the cost and the ...
  7. math

    If the store purchases an item at a wholesale cost of $3.50 per item, and it is sold at a retail value of $5.00 per item. What is the gross profit percentage of the item? (formula: gross profit percentage = [(retail - cost) divided by retail] X 100 )
  8. math

    If the store purchases an item at a wholesale cost of $3.50 per item, and it is sold at a retail value of $5.00 per item. What is the gross profit percentage of the item? (formula: gross profit percentage = [(retail - cost) divided by retail] X 100 )
  9. math

    If the store purchases an item at a wholesale cost of $3.50 per item, and it is sold at a retail value of $5.00 per item. What is the gross profit percentage of the item?
  10. Math

    A clothing retailer purchased a line of fall leather coats which were priced to sell at $600 each. This price reflected a markup of 45% on the selling price. At the end of the season the retailer had three coats left, which were marked down to 25% and sold. What was the ...
  11. Marketing Math - markup/mark down

    A clothing retailer purchased a line of fall leather coats which were priced to sell at $600 each. This price reflected a markup of 45% on the selling price. At the end of the season the retailer had three coats left, which were marked down 25% and sold. What was the retailer'...
  12. strategic marketing

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  13. Algebra

    I am a little unsure of how to answer this question: Write an inequality to represent the limit you may not exceed when spending to make your product. Here's the background information I have. You are going to decide on a summer business to start. Figure out what you will do, ...
  14. Math

    I am a little unsure of how to answer this question: Write an inequality to represent the limit you may not exceed when spending to make your product. Here's the background information I have. You are going to decide on a summer business to start. Figure out what you will do, ...
  15. Algebra 1 A

    I am a little unsure of how to answer this question: Write an inequality to represent the limit you may not exceed when spending to make your product. Here's the background information I have. You are going to decide on a summer business to start. Figure out what you will do, ...
  16. math

    A retailer wants to sell an item that costs $18 at a list price that will provide a 25% markup on the selling price and give the customer a 40% discount. What is the list price? (Points: 5) $20.16 $24.00 $31.50 $40.00
  17. math

    a retailer gives a cash discount of 6% on an article listed Gh cedis 40.00.if the retailer is allowed 18% trade discount, what is the retailers profit percent? Give your answer correct to 2 significant figures.
  18. math

    A stationery retailer generally prices portable computers using a 30 percent markup. The retailer expects to sell 100 portable computers at the 30 percent markup. How many units would it have to sell at a 10 percent increase in price from the original price to maintain the ...
  19. math

    The retail price of a pair of skis consists of the wholesale cost to the retailer plus the retailer's markup. If skis retailing for $712 are marked up by 60% of the wholesale cost, what is that wholesale cost?
  20. math

    a man buys an item from delhi 10% cheaper than that at merath, incurs loss of rs. 160, but on selling the item profits rs.240. calculate the profit percentage.
  21. maths-urgently needed

    A manufacture of furniture sells a sofa set to a retailer for Rs 23000.the retailer, in turn, sells the sofa set to a customer for Rs 29000.find the VAT rate as percent,if the retailer pays Rs 520 as VAT.
  22. maths

    A manufacture of furniture sells a sofa set to a retailer for Rs 23000.the retailer, inturn, sells the sofa set to a customer for Rs 29000.find the VAT rate as percent,if the retailer pays Rs 520 as VAT.
  23. maths

    A manufacture of furniture sells a sofa set to a retailer for Rs 23000.the retailer, inturn, sells the sofa set to a customer for Rs 29000.find the VAT rate as percent,if the retailer pays Rs520 as VAT.
  24. maths

    A manufacture of furniture sells a sofa set to a retailer for Rs 23000.the retailer, inturn, sells the sofa set to a customer for Rs 29000.find the VAT rate as percent,if the retailer pays Rs520 as VAT
  25. math

    a man purchased 3 item which cost 100 dollars. The second item is half of the first, and the third item is have of the second. How much was each item?
  26. Calc

    A certain item sells for $30. If the cost of producing this item is given by C = .05s^3 + 100, find the marginal profit when x = 10.
  27. math

    what is the gross profit percent on a item bought for 3.50 at wholesale price and then sold at 5.00 for retail price
  28. Precalculus

    An item costs $12.00 in 2016 through an online retailer. Each year, the price will increase by 5% of the previous year’s price. A. Find the general rule for the sequence of the prices for this item. B. Determine what the price will be in 2030. C. If you buy one of these ...
  29. algebra

    Task 1 You want to start a summer business to earn money. What will you do? You have to consider how much money you can afford to invest in this business, how much it will cost you to make each item, and how much you’re going to charge for each item. Research something that ...
  30. math

    In a factory of electronic items, the total cost of production, expressed in thousands of dollars, is given by the function C(x)= (x^2-x+2)/x+1 where x belongs to [0;5] and expressed in hundrends of items produced. 1) calculate in dollars the total cost of production of 400 ...
  31. Math

    A retail outlet purchased 400 printers at a list price of $80 less 6%, 3%. The Gross Profit Margin on the printers was 50%. After selling 50% of the shipment, the rest of the printers were marked down to a reduced selling price. When there were only 30 printers left, the ...
  32. math

    find expressions fr the revenue, cost, and profit from selling x thousand items: item price: $2.00 Fixed cost; $214,448 Variable Cost: -3x^2 + 3480x - 100 COuld anyone help me out? this is for my review for the final exam. ty in advance.:)
  33. accounting

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  34. business studies II

    Jojo sells newspapers on a busy street corner near the bank. Identify the type of retailer referred to here. Mention any two characteristics of this retailer.
  35. Calculus I

    Marketing tells you that if you set the price of an item at $10 then you will be unable to sell it, but that you can sell 500 items for each dollar below $10 that you set the price. Suppose your fixed costs total $3000, and your marginal cost is $2 per item. What is the most ...
  36. math

    A store usuall sells a certain item at 40%profit. One week the store has a sale, during which the item is sold for 10% less than the usual price. During the sale, what is the percent profit of the sotre makes on each of these items. A. 4% b. 14% C. 26% D. 30% E. 36%
  37. statistics

    At the start of December 2001, the retail price of a 25kg bag of cornmeal was $10 in Zambia, while by the end of the month, the price had fallen to $6. The result was that one retailer reported an increase in sales from 3 bags/day to 5 bags/day. Assume that the retailer is ...
  38. calculus

    find all extrema in the interval [0, 2pi] if y=sinx + cosx and also a certain item sells for $30. if the cost of producing this item is given by C=.05^3 + 100, find the mariginal profit when x=10.
  39. Math

    For this math problem I am selling 30 pies for $25 each at the farmers market. I spent $500. $200 on the booth and $300 on all of the pies, each pie costing $10 to make. I earned $750 total, making a $250 profit. c. In Task 1 you determined how much you will charge for each ...
  40. math

    A profit function is derived from the production cost and revenue function for a given item. The monthly profit function for a certain item is given by P(x)=−0.05x^2+400x−100,000, where P is in dollars and x is the number of units sold. a. How many units must be ...
  41. math

    A profit function is derived from the production cost and revenue function for a given item. The monthly profit function for a certain item is given by P(x)=−0.05x2+500x−100,000, where P is in dollars and x is the number of units sold. 19a. How many units must be ...
  42. Algebra

    Do I have the right answer? A store owner bought a machine that laminates cards. the machine cost $1000. Each laminated item costs the owner $.50, but he charges the customers $4.00 per item. how many cards must be laminated and sold before the owner makes a profit from the ...
  43. maths

    If the cost price of an item is 25% of its selling price , what is the % of profit ?
  44. math

    a retailer buys an article at a discount of 15% on printed price from a wholesaler. He makes up the price by 10%. Due to competition in the market, he allows a discount of 5% to buyer. If the buyer pays rupees 451.44 for the article inclusive of sale tax at 8% then find the ...
  45. Maths Profit and Loss

    If the manufacturer gains 6%, the wholesale dealer 8% and the retailer 10%,then what is the production cost of a vaccum cleaner whose retail price is Rs 15741?
  46. MATH(markup and markdown )

    A hi-fi set was purchased for RM7000.The hi-fi set will be resold by offering an 8% discount.If the retailer wants a 18% gross profit based on the net retail price,find the list price.
  47. Programming

    I’m using VB 2008. I need to write a simple program that calculates total sales of purchases. The program should accept item costs as input calculate the tax on each item (8%) display the item cost, total cost, and total after taxes. Item costs will be added to a listbox ...
  48. programming

    Create three (3) one-dimensional arrays: Item Number, Quantity-on-hand and Unit Cost for 15 items. Input data into all the arrays. After the data is entered, read an arbitrary number of records containing an item number and quantity-ordered. If the quantity ordered for the ...
  49. marketing

    What resources does an International Internet retailer need other than merely a storefront on the Internet? Does it require fewer physical, financial, and human resources than a traditional retailer, or just as many? Explain.
  50. math someone help plzz ASAP

    a wholesaler supplies 60 books while he was ordered to send 50 books by a retailer. a trade discount of 10 percent is also allowed. what is the net value of the discount to the retailer?
  51. algebra1

    chen bought a bag f groceries weighing 15 pounds.His friend,jo,bought a bag of groceries that always weighed 15 pounds,but contained one less item.the average weight per item for jo's groceries was 1/2 pound more than for Chen's.How many items were in Jo's grocery bag?
  52. Algebra

    Chen bought a bag of groceries weighing 15 pounds, His friend, Jo, bought a bag of groceries that also weighed 15 pounds, but contained one less item. The average weight per item for Jo's groceries was 1/2 pound more than for Chen's. How many items were in Jo's grocery bag?
  53. Writing Skills

    The call number given in a catalog entry gives us what information? A. How recently the item was published B. The title and author of the item in question C. Where the item can be found within the library D. Whether or not the item is checked out I think (B.)
  54. Math

    I need some help on figureing out how to answer these problems please i have never done this type of math before thank you Find the discount and total to be paid for each of the following: Amount Terms When Paid Discount Total $2.000 3/30 22 days $400 2/10 5 days $290.50 3/10...
  55. Visual Basic...Please help!

    Design and develop a simple system that computes the Depreciation cost of the item (D). Takes as input the purchase Price of an item (P), its expected number of years of Service (S), and Yearly depreciation for the item (Y). Use the formula D= P-(S/Y).
  56. Algebra 1

    The profit of a company can be modeled using the rule P = -C2 + 10C - 16 where P represents the profit and C represents the cost of the item sold. What cost will produce the maximum profit?
  57. Math :(

    Can someone plz explain how to do this math project, Plz give me some examples! Directions: For this project, you will visit an online marketplace website and choose three different products that you might want. For each product, you should provide a description of the item ...
  58. Math

    Craig went to an auction and bought five different items. Use the clues below to determine the price he paid for each item. 1. the chair was the most expensive item, which sold for $95. 2. The range of the prices of the five items was $75. 3. The stereo was the least expensive...
  59. math

    Let C(q) represent the cost, R(q) the revenue, and π(q) the total profit, in dollars, of producing q items. a) If C′(67) = 65 and R′(67) = 86, approximately how much profit is earned by item number 68? b) If C′(149) = 120 and R′(149) = 98, ...
  60. math

    Find three brands of a grocery item that you purchase and figure the price per unit (i.e., per ounce or pound) for each brand. Provide the item and for each brand of the item the bulk cost, unit quantity, and unit cost.
  61. mangerial economics

    suppose it cost $1000 to prepare a factory to produce a certain item,after the preparation is complete, it cost $40 to produce each item. After the items are produced, it cost an average of $10 per year for each item held in inventory. if the company needs 5000 units per year...
  62. algebra

    the function c= p+0.07p relates the price of an item to its cost. If you have $12.50 to spend, what is the cost of the most expensive item that you can buy?
  63. International business

    When speaking of an international internet retailer, what other resources do you think they would need besides the actual website? My thoughts are dependant on the type of business. I think that if you are manufacturing a product, you would have the same resources as any other...
  64. Math

    Can you give me a sample of a word problem that involves two items that totals to $70. One item cost $5 more than the other. What is the cost of each item?
  65. calculus

    the net monthly profit in dollars, from the sale of a certain item is given by formula p(x)=10^6[1+(x-1)e^-0.001x], where x is a number of item sold
  66. computer science

    Write a program that will input an item’s wholesale cost and its markup percentage. The program will output the item’s retail price. The program should repeat for several input values. For example, if an item cost is 5.00 and markup is 100%, then the retail price is 10.00 ...
  67. Algebra 1

    I get a bit confused so I hope someone can help with this question Consider the total amount that you are willing to spend on the buisness and how much it will cost you to make your items. Write an inequality that represents the fact that while making each item you cannot ...
  68. math

    An item originally cost $16.95 and is on sale or 22%. Find the cost of the item. Explain each step
  69. Finance Math

    You buy furniture for $700. The retailer finances the entire amount for one year and says you will be charged 9% interest. The retailer uses the add-on method. Assuming your first monthly payment is due in one month, calculate the real annual rate you will pay.
  70. math

    In a hypermarket promotional drive, the customers would only have to pay half of the original price on their second buy of the same item and one quarter of the original price on their third buy of the same item for some selected items. A customer bought 3 units of a selected ...
  71. International Business

    What resources does an International Internet retailer need other than merely a storefront on the Internet? Does it require fewer physical, financial, and human resources than a traditional retailer, or just as many? Explain.
  72. math

    cost of item plus 7% sales tax is 211.86. what is the cost of item?
  73. MATHS PLZZ HELP PLZZ SOMEONE KINDA BEG YOU

    a wholesaler supplies 60 books while he was ordered to send 50 books by a retailer. a trade discount of 10 percent is also allowed. what is the net value of the discount to the retailer? Please help me with this question
  74. algebra

    If the gross profit rate on the sale of a radio is 28% of the selling price, what is the gross profit rate based on the cost of the radio?
  75. AP STATISTICS

    Mens shirt sizes are determined by neck sizes. suppose the mens nexck sizes are approximatley normally distributed with mean 15.7 inches and standard deviation 0.7 inch.retailer sells men shirts in S,M,L,XL where the shirt sizes are defined in the table below. S: 14 ≤ ...
  76. profit and loss

    mr. rajesh calculates his profit percentage as a percentage of selling price. he sells an item for rs.150 and calculates his profit percentage to be 20% what is the true profit percentage
  77. Math

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  78. Pseudocode

    Produce the algorithm for the problem above [this will include five “get” statements to input item 1, item 2, item 3, item 4 and item 5; three math statements to process the subtotal, tax and total; and three “display” statements to output the subtotal, tax and total]:
  79. math ( CHECK MY WORK)

    1. on 3 tests, a student scored a total of 258 points. if the student improved his performance on each test by 5 points, what was the score on each test a. 81,86,91 b. 80,85,90 c. 75,80,85 d. 70,75,80 is the correct answer A. 2. an item costs x dollars. the tax rate is 5% of ...
  80. math

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  81. accounting

    Required a. Determine the gross profit margin for each product produced based on the ABC data [(selling price 2 ABC cost per foot) 3 feet produced]. b. Determine the gross profit margin for each product produced based on the traditional costing data [(selling price 2 ...
  82. math

    The amount of sales tax charged is proportional to the value of the item bought. If the tax on a $110.00 item is $8.50, what is the tax on a $150.00 item? It will be (150/110) x $8.50 150/110*8.50=11.59 $11.59 is your answer
  83. Programming Using Raptor

    How do i program this into Raptor Language? print "What is the cost of the item?" input cost if ((cost >= 0) && (cost < 20)){print "The shipping is $2.95."} if ((cost >= 20) && (cost < 50)){print "The shipping is $3.95."} if ((cost >= 50) && (cost < 80)){...
  84. Algebra

    A profit, P(X), for a certain item is a function relating the income from sales,S(X), and the cost of the item,C(X), The function is stated by the equation shown, where x is the number of items sold. P(X) = S(X) - C(X) When S(X) = 0.5x and C(X) = 10 + 0.1x, the range of P(X) ...
  85. statistics

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  86. International Business

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  87. Economics

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  88. Calculous

    The total cost, in millions of dollars, of producing x thousand units of an item is C(x) = 4(x − 1)^2 + 4. The revenue (in millions of dollars) from selling x thousand units of the item is R(x) = 10x. What does this tell you about the price of each unit? Give your answer...
  89. Business Math

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  90. math

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  91. accounting

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  92. Fundamentals of Business Financial Management

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  93. math

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  94. Maths algebra

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  95. math

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  96. math

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  97. 8th grade math

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  98. programming principles

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  99. accounting

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  100. FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS

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