
profit and loss
mr.doshi instead of marking up the cost price by 10% discounted the cost price by 10% and prepared the price tag of a shirt. A discount of 5% is applicable to the list price. because of the mistake the company earned rs. 76 less per shirt. what is the cost
asked by vipul on September 7, 2016 
Math
A university is trying to determine what price to charge for tickets to football games. At a price of $30 per ticket, attendance averages 40,000 people per game. Every decrease of $5 adds 10,000 people to the average number. Every person at the
asked by saul on October 8, 2016 
Economics
17. The current price for a good is $20, and 100 units are demanded at that price. The price elasticity of demand for the good is 1. When the price of the good drops by 10% to $18, consumer surplus: Increases or decreases by $__?
asked by Anonymous on April 25, 2015 
Problem Solving
John bought a shirt on sale for 25% off the original price and another 25 % off the discounted price. If the final price was $16, what was the price before the first discount? (Please i need to present it to our school. I don't know how to solve it. Can
asked by Cris on October 12, 2011 
SIXTH GRADE MATH
The ratio of wins to losses for a basketball team is 2:3. Which of the following is a possible total number of games? A. 7 games B. 14 games C. 25 games D. 26 games Can someone show me how to solve this problem please?
asked by Stephon on November 30, 2014 
algebra
The box plots below show attendance at a local movie theater and high school basketball games: two box plots shown. The top one is labeled Movies. Minimum at 130, Q1 at 162, median at 185, Q3 at 195, maximum at 290. The bottom box plot is labeled
asked by Neta on September 11, 2019 
math
110 members of a sports club play at least one of the games, football, basketball and volleyball. If 20 play football and basketball only,15 play football and basketball only, 26 play basketball and volleyball only,x play all the three games, 2x each play
asked by Ayodeji on March 28, 2015 
sets, maths
A survey of 500 television viewers produced the following information,285 watch football,195 watch hockey,115 watch basketball,45 watch football and basketball,70 watch football and hockey,50 watch hockey and basketball and 50 do not watch any of the three
asked by deeksha on August 10, 2015 
managerial
The demand curve for haircuts at Terry Bernard's Hair Design is P=200.20Q where Q is the number of cuts per week and P is the price of a haircut. Terry is condering raising her price above the current price of $15. Terry is unwilling to raise price if the
asked by tina on August 8, 2010 
math
The box plots show attendance at a local movie theater and high school basketball games: Which of the following best describes how to measure the spread of the data? The IQR is a better measure of spread for movies than it is for basketball games. The
asked by tyler lewis on January 30, 2015 
math
A survey of 500 television viewers produced the following information,285 watch football,195 watch hockey,115 watch basketball,45 watch football and basketball,70 watch football and hockey,50 watch hockey and basketball and 50 do not watch any of the three
asked by deeksha on July 12, 2015 
Calculus
The consumer demand equation for tissues is given by q = (97 − p)2, where p is the price per case of tissues and q is the demand in weekly sales. (a) Determine the price elasticity of demand E when the price is set at $26. (Round your answer to three
asked by Megan on October 28, 2015 
Statistics
Using advertised prices for used Ford Escorts a linear model for the relationship between a car's age and its price is found. The correlation coefficient is  0.933 Determine R2 and interpret this statistic. A) R2 = 93.3% which means that 93.3% of the
asked by Katie on May 26, 2013 
ECON
The demand curve for haircuts at Terry’s Hair Design is P=200.20Q Where Q is the number of cuts per week and P is the price of a haircut. Terry is considering raising her price above the current price of $15.00. Terry is unwilling to raise price if the
asked by Anonymous on February 7, 2012 
math
The cost price of a Jean is Rs. 200 and marked price is 50% more than the cost price. But the shopkeeper sold it at 25 % discount. Find the marked price. Find the discounted price.
asked by zenab on September 20, 2015 
Economics
3. Suppose a firm has a constant marginal cost of $10. The current price of the product is $25, and at that price, it is estimated that the price elasticity of demand is 3.0. a. Is the charging the optimal price for the product? Demonstrate how you know.
asked by Michelle on September 3, 2012 
math
certain superstores will often price match or even beat a competitor's price by 10%.the function g(x)=0.90x represents the sale price of a piece of merchandise at such a superstore.the function f(x)=0.13x represents the HST owed on a purchase with a
asked by steve on May 23, 2016 
Math
The original price of stock was D dollars.the selling price for share of the same stock at latter date was represented by the expression 1.15(0.95d ) which description could explain what happened to the price. OF share of stock A the price decreased by 5%
asked by Emi on March 31, 2017 
Econ
The demand for widgets (QX) is given by the following equation: QX = 425PX¡V1.5PW¡V1.25PG+0.8PY+0.1 M where QX= number of units of widgets sold per week PX = the price of widgets = 400 PW = the price of woozles = 50 PG = the price of gadgets = 80 PY =
asked by Jason on January 25, 2007 
Math
On September 1, a dress was priced at $90. On October 1, the price was reduced by 20%. On November 1, the price was further reduced by 25% of the October 1 price and marked FINAL. What percent of the original price was the FINAL price? F. 40% G. 45% H. 55%
asked by Anonymous on May 3, 2015 
Economics
The current price for a good is $20, and 100 units are demanded at that price. The price elasticity of demand for the good is negative 2. When the price of the good drops by 10 percent to $18, consumer surplus A. Increases B. Decreases by _ ?
asked by hasiba on March 4, 2018 
maths
A green grocer sells a melon at a profit if 37% on the price he pays for it. What is the ratio of the cost price to the selling price?
asked by arzam on November 9, 2013 
Problem Solving
John bought a shirt on sale for 25% off the original price and another 25 % off the discounted price. If the final price was $16, what was the price before the first discount?
asked by Cris on October 9, 2011 
finance
You have a discount bond with a time to maturity of one year. The market price of this instrument is 97%. You want the model price to match it while you build you yield curve with ED futures; the contracts price as follows: 1st = 99, 2nd = 98, 4th =97.
asked by sasi on April 4, 2015 
college/microeconomics
Just needing to know if I have done the work correctly with this problem: For the total revenue and marginal revenue the answers are: Price $20 Quantity 0 TR 0 MR 0 Price $18 Quantity 1 TR 18 MR 18 Price $16 Quantity 2 TR 32 MR 14 Price $14 Quantity 3 TR
asked by Lorie on December 6, 2009 
math 213
This season the basketball team has won 8 games and lost 4. (a) What is the basketball team’s ratio of wins to loses? (b) What is the basketball team’s ratio of wins to games played? (c) If the basketball team continues to win at this rate, how many of
asked by sam on April 22, 2010 
math
The ratio of the sales price of a jacket to the original price is 3:4. the original price is $64. what is the sale price? how do i figure this out
asked by courtney on October 21, 2010 
math
An invoice quotes a price of $620 subject to discount of 30%, 15%, and 5%. What is the selling price price? round off to the nearest cent. A.$310.00 B.$350.46 C.$434.00 D.$368.90 I need help
asked by Brenna on February 15, 2012 
Calculus Help!
At a price of $7.5 per ticket, a musical theater group can fill every seat in their 1500 seat performance hall. For every additional dollar charged for admission, the number of tickets sold drops by 95. a) What ticket price maximizes revenue? Round your
asked by Anonymous on July 16, 2014 
eco
2. It has been estimated that the price elasticity of demand for attending baseball games is 0.23. Other things held constant, a 10 percent increase in attendance can be explained by a: A. 43.48 percent fall in the price of a ticket. B. 43.48 percent rise
asked by tania on March 10, 2013 
social studies thinking works
When several stores in the same neighborhood sell the same video game system, what will likely happen? A. The price in the video game will increase B.the cost of production for video games will increase C.the price of video games will decrease** D.the
asked by Abby a.k.a ANGEL on March 7, 2017 
SIXTH GRADE MATH
The ratio of wins to losses for a basketball team is 2:3. Which of the following is a possible total number of games? A. 7 games B. 14 games C. 25 games D. 26 games Can someone show me how to solve this problem please?
asked by STEPHON on November 29, 2014 
economics
) The demand curve for haircuts at Terry barnyards Hair Design is P=200.20Q Where Q is the number of cuts per week and P is the price of a haircut. Terry is considered raising her price above the current price of $15. Terry is unwilling to raise price if
asked by Anonymous on August 2, 2010 
Statistics
A basketball team has to play 3 games in an elimination roumd. What is the probability of them winning? A. 0 games B. 1 game C. 2 games D. 3 games
asked by V on November 14, 2016 
Math
The girls' high school basketball team played 12 games. They won 6 more games than they lost. Find the number of games the basketball team won.
asked by Ali on November 8, 2012 
Microeconomics:
Just needing to know if I have done the work correctly with this problem: For the total revenue and marginal revenue the answers are: Price $20 Quantity 0 TR 0 MR 0 Price $18 Quantity 1 TR 18 MR 18 Price $16 Quantity 2 TR 32 MR 14 Price $14 Quantity 3 TR
asked by Lorie on December 6, 2009 
Math
Bosley's Pet Foods buys dog kibbl for $19.50 per bag, less 40%. The store's overhead is 33 1/3% of the selling price, and the desired profit is 10% of the selling price. (a) At what price per bag should the dog food be sold? (b) At this price, what is the
asked by Tha on August 10, 2009 
Math
A magazine advertises that a subscription price of $29.99 ( for 12 issues) represents a savings of 70% from the newsstand price. A What does this imply the price of one issue must be? B If you found that the actual price for a single issue is $8.00,
asked by Maria PLEASE HELP on November 2, 2015 
Algebra 2
the demand for a new video game is given by the function p(x)= x^2 + 5x +75. Correspondingly, the supply function for the same game is given by p(x) = 7x9, where p represents the price per video in dollars and x represents the number of video games sold
asked by someone on May 30, 2011 
college math
a basketball team played 68 games they won 22 more than they lost. how many games did they win? how many games did they lose?
asked by allison on January 26, 2016 
math
In 2013, the price of a business math text rose to $120. This is 10% more than the 2012 price. What was the old selling price?
asked by stephanie on January 15, 2016 
Math
The price of an LG flatscreen decreased by ½. If the original price was $2,400, what's the price today? A. $1,000 B. $1,800 C. $1,500 D. $1,200 My answer is D.
asked by Diana on July 28, 2019 
Math
On friday, a computer was priced at $800. on the following wednesday, the price was reduced by 15%. On the following friday, the price was further reduced by 20%. what percent of the original price was the final price ?
asked by Nancy on February 5, 2013 
math
A study has shown that 20.05% of all college textbooks have a price of $80 or higher. It is known that the standard deviation of the price is $10. What is the mean price of the college textbooks? Assume the price is normally distributed.
asked by Math on May 25, 2011 
Math
For the first of two basketball games the price of each reserved seat was $1.50,the price of each unreserved seat was 5 cents, and the number of reserved seats sold was 1/25 of the number of unreserved seats sold.If, at a second game, the price of the
asked by Lina on May 9, 2014 
Math
For the first of two basketball games the price of each reserved seat was $1.50,the price of each unreserved seat was 5 cents, and the number of reserved seats sold was 1/25 of the number of unreserved seats sold.If, at a second game, the price of the
asked by Brian on March 3, 2015 
Math
1)A passenger boat which travels 6 mph faster than a freighter required 3 days less time to make a trip of 2592 miles. Find the rate of the passenger boat. 2)For the first of two basketball games the price of each reserved seat was $1.50,the price of
asked by Lina on May 8, 2014 
calculus
At a price of $7.5 per ticket, a musical theater group can fill every seat in their 1500 seat performance hall. For every additional dollar charged for admission, the number of tickets sold drops by 95. a) What ticket price maximizes revenue? Round your
asked by Anonymous on July 16, 2014 
Calculus Help
At a price of $7.5 per ticket, a musical theater group can fill every seat in their 1500 seat performance hall. For every additional dollar charged for admission, the number of tickets sold drops by 95. a) What ticket price maximizes revenue? Round your
asked by Anonymous on July 15, 2014 
Calculus
At a price of $7.5 per ticket, a musical theater group can fill every seat in their 1550 seat performance hall. For every additional dollar charged for admission, the number of tickets sold drops by 55. a) What ticket price maximizes revenue? Round your
asked by Erika on November 3, 2010 
Math
if parts are marked up 20% before they are sold and the selling price for a seat cover is $54 what was the original sale price. Do I take $54 * 20% then subtract from $54 or??
asked by Tyler on April 9, 2008 
Econ MC
Externalities cause markets to a. fail to allocate resources efficiently. b. cause price to be different than the equilibrium price. c. benefit producers at the expense of consumers. d. cause markets to operate more equitably. I think the answer is a)?? I
asked by Anonymous on March 9, 2007 
Sales Tax
A video games price was 90$. The store offered 10% discount. How much did a costumer pay if there was a 8% sales tax on the selling price? 10% of $90 = a (90 x .10) $90  a = b b x .08 = sales tax To add to what Writeacher said, Multiply b x 1.08 and that
asked by Anonymous on April 14, 2007 
Math 11u
A Computer company has been selling 1200 computer games per week at $18 each. Data indicates that for each $1 price increases, there will be a loss of 40 sales per week. It costs $10 to produce each game. Let x represent the number of $1 price increases.
asked by Kerry on July 17, 2010 
math
How do I solve ? Adam bought a basketball that was on sale for 25% less than the original price.The original price was $4 more than the sale price. What was the original Price?
asked by alexis on October 16, 2013 
math
Fun & Games is having a sale. There is a special price for games sold in packs. Pack A cost $ 41.70 and includes Feisty Fox, Dolphin Derby, and Rat Race. Pack B cost $ 37.95 and includes Rat race and two Feisty Fox games. Pack C cost $ 26.75 and includes
asked by Anonymous on May 20, 2014 
math
The initial price of an engine was $450. To increase sales, the price was decreased by 12%. When it was realized that this new price was not profitable, the price was increased by 10%. Determine the final price of the engine. Answer on the back of the
asked by anon on January 7, 2019 
English
1. The price itself is expensive. 2. The price itself is high. 3. The price itself is cheap/inexpensive. 4. The price itself is low. (Are they all grammatical? Which one is incorrect?)
asked by rfvv on February 5, 2014 
Math
A basketball team lost 8 of its 13 games with no ties write the ratio of wins to losses= 5/8 A state sales tax rate is 5% if the tax on a purchase was $32.45 what was the price of the purchase =$649
asked by J.M.H on October 20, 2009 
math (urgent)
A basketball or some stadium holds 20000 people. On average 140000 come to see the match. Average ticket price is $75. market research shows that if ticket price is decreased by $5 800 more people buy tickets. Find the price that will maximize revenue and
asked by Alisha on April 1, 2015 
Math
If a price increased from $4 to $5, then the new price $5 is what % of the original price. What was the relative change in Price? ____% ________
asked by Bo on September 30, 2017 
Business Math
Kelly Melcher Furnishings made purchases at a net cost of 36,458.00 after a series discountof 20/20/10. Find the list price. let the original list price be $x and now use this argument: after the first discount the price would be .8x > (100%  20% =
asked by Janean on May 14, 2007 
math
the girls high school basketball team played 12 games. they won 6 more games than they lost. find the number of games the basketball team won.
asked by john on November 5, 2013 
microeconomics
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the year 2012 is 2.412 and the retail price per bushel for corn is $US12.06. Using 1992 as the base year (I.e CPI is 100) by how much would the real price for corn have risen or fallen if the retail price for corn in 1992
asked by nando on April 28, 2013 
Math
Suppose the price of a $185 item increases by 11.7%. By what percent does the resulting price have to decrease in order for the final price (after the two changes) to be back to the original price of $185?
asked by Rachel on September 4, 2019 
Microecon
If you are given this function: P=100040Q where P=price and Q=sales..... How do you get the price elasticity of demand at a price that is $500? At what price, if any is the price elasticity of demand equal to one?
asked by Dave on January 23, 2008 
Algebra
I have just one math problem that I need a little help with. Please give me the answer, and walk me through it, too, to help me understand it. Thanks! The price of a ring is decreased by 40% and the resulting price is increased by 50%. The final price is
asked by Celina on November 6, 2008 
math!
1. in a basketball game, mike scored 20% of the team's points. if mike scored 22 points, how many points did the team score as a whole?  is the answer 110 pts 2. sports authority was having a sale. all their merchandise was 20% off the original price. the
asked by Sara! on May 31, 2010 
math
q = 350 − 5p (a) Enter the equation for revenue R as a function of price p. R = (b) What is the (instantaneous) rate of change of revenue with respect to price when the price is $6? (c) At what price is the derivative of revenue with respect to price
asked by Sammy on February 18, 2013 
Math
1.A maximum of 149 students are allowed to be seated in the cafeteria at one time. The school janitor has already placed 8 tables that seat 9 students each. The remaining tables to be placed seat 7 students each. How many of the remaining tables can the
asked by Jerald on April 13, 2013 
Math
500 seat auditorium to generate 1,600 in tickets sales. They decide to set the price at $2 for children. If the ratio of children to adults at museum activities is generally 3:2, what price should be set for adult tickets?
asked by Help on May 3, 2017 
MATH
A shopkeeper sets marks up price at 20% higher than it cost price and discount of 10%. If the cost price is Rs. 220, what is the sell price?
asked by DIPTIMAYEE on February 26, 2016 
Math
For 5 consecutive days, the price of a lamp in jill's store is reduced by 10% from the previous day's price. At the end of the fifth day, by what percetage will the price of the lamp have been reduced from its initial price? I'm not sure where to begin
asked by Joe on February 10, 2010 
Economics*Micro
A market has the following demand and supply equations: Qd = 50P + 1000 Qs = 150P  400 Which of the following statements is true? a. If the price were $9, a surplus of 300 units would exist and price would tend to fall. b. If the price were $3, a
asked by SadBob on February 14, 2009 
math
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?
asked by jamie on May 25, 2016 
Math
The basketball team has won 21 games and lost 15 games . How many future games can they lose and keep their winning percentage above 0.500?
asked by TyteAnna on March 25, 2013 
algebra
Jennifer's basketball team played 18 games this season, and they won twice as many games as they lost. How many games did they lose?
asked by martin ferretiz on December 16, 2014 
word problem
Leon bought a 10 speed bicyle on sale for 75% of oringinal price.The sale price was $41 less than the origina lprice. find the original price and the sale price.
asked by Anonymous on February 16, 2012 
Economic
Suppose a firm has a constant marginal cost of$10 the current price of the product is $25, and at that price, it is estimated that the price elasticity of demand is 3.0. Is the firm charging the optimal price for the product? Demonstrate how you know.
asked by Lala on June 19, 2014 
grammar public school rawlakot
The cost price of a Jean is Rs. 200 and marked price is 50% more than the cost price. But the shopkeeper sold it at 25% discount. Find the marked price. Find the discounted price.
asked by zenab on September 20, 2015 
Algebra
The total tickets sales for a highschool basketball game were $2.00. The tickets price for students was $2.25 less than the adult ticket price. The number of adults tickets sold was 230, and the number of students tickets sold was 180. What was the price
asked by Karen on December 7, 2016 
Economy (Need help understanding this!
Ben used to sell imported silk ties for $20 each in his store. His sales averaged 30 ties a week. He pays $12 to buy the ties he sells. Ben wondered if he could increase his profit by raising his price to $25. He tried this for a month, but his sales fell
asked by Julia T.F on January 7, 2017 
math
The price of an antibiotic decreased from $86.25 to $52.75 for a bottle of 100 tablets. Find the ratio of the decrease in price to the original price.
asked by ashleigh on June 28, 2010 
math
The price of an antibiotic decreased from $86.25 to $52.75 for a bottle of 100 tablets. Find the ratio of the decrease in price to the original price.
asked by rose on June 7, 2010 
economics
Black markets result from: A. price floors B. price ceilings C. shifts in demand D. competitive price outs I think it's C?
asked by tony on December 20, 2010 
Math
Assume that the retail price of the product is $85, the cost is $47, and the expenses are $13. Compute a new sale price using the formula for markdowns, assuming a 15 percent discount. This is what I did, but I don't know where to incorporate the $13
asked by Justine on December 7, 2015 
math
You figure that you will buy property many times and you endeavor to work out a formula that will tell you the price of the land and the price of the buildings any time. So suppose the price for the land and buildings combined is S (for "sum") and the land
asked by Sarah on September 16, 2010 
Algebra
A group of retailers will buy 96 televisions from a wholesaler if the price is $500 and 136 if the price is $450. The wholesaler is willing to supply 84 if the price is $420 and 164 if the price is $510. Assuming the resulting supply and demand functions
asked by Jamie on September 23, 2015 
Math (Percentage)
The price of a hat is reduced by a% from its regular price, and then is raised by a% from the reduced price. If the resulting price is an 81% discount from the regular price, what is a?
asked by Shin on May 7, 2013 
Math (Percentage)
The price of a hat is reduced by a% from its regular price, and then is raised by a% from the reduced price. If the resulting price is an 81% discount from the regular price, what is a?
asked by Tom on May 7, 2013 
Stats
Recently, a price war has developed among retailers selling Brand X denim jeans. A major chain buyer wishes to estimate the mean price of these jeans during this period to compare it to the normal selling price of $20.00. A random sample of 7 major
asked by Mike on November 16, 2012 
math
regular selling price of A is 100. promo price of A is 85. New special price offered for A is 75. What will be the discount % of A
asked by Anonymous on March 22, 2014 
profit and loss
a man gains 20 % by selling apples at a certain price. if he sells it at rs. 1.2 higher than the previous price he gained 40 % find original cost price
asked by vipul on September 5, 2016 
Math (Algebra)
Arnau is running a luggage shop. A brandnew item priced at 30% above the cost price did not sell well. So he took 39 dollars off the price, and found that the bags sold very well. If the profit for each bag is now 10% of the cost price, what is the cost
asked by Arnau on May 1, 2013 
maths
The price of 13m cloth is as much less than rs.50 as the price of 27m exceeds rs.29. Find the price per meter?????
asked by tuhituhi on January 24, 2013 
percentage problem
Over the course of ten years the price of an item increased 300%. The new price is what percent of the old price?
asked by Kathy on January 8, 2012 
math
A STORE OWNER PLANNED to raise the price of a Tshirt by 10%  he accidently labeled 10% though. The new price is what percent less than the raised price? Mixed number and omit the % sign.
asked by Matew on November 7, 2014 
math
A. Mandy buy a sweater that is on sale for 20% less than the original price, and then she uses a coupon worth an additional 15% off of the sale price. What percentage of the original price has she saved ? B. If the price of a stock increases by 40% and
asked by gary on January 27, 2013 
Math
1. The towns population increased from 80,000 to 90,000 in ten years. What was the percent of increase? I didn't understand this one. 2. A $15 item on sale for $12 is marked down what percent? 20% 3. If Jenna buys and item for 40% off the regular price,
asked by Anon on April 27, 2015 
Econ
"How does the price and output behavior of a pricesearcher compare with that of a pricetaker? Be sure to explain your answer fully and illustrate with the appropriate diagrams. What are the implications of this for both allocative efficiency and
asked by Sara on April 29, 2010