discount

1. Distributed Discount.

Hi All, Wasn't to sure what to title this with, I would like to apply a discount for multi-qty's orders of Items. More Specifically, for every Six (6) ordered, One (1) Item is Free. So Ordering Twelve (12), would get Two (2) for Free BUT I would like Qty Breaks for 1,2,6 & 12. 1 - £22.00 2 -...
2. Discount question

The star camera center ordered a special lens from one of their suppliers. This lens is listed at 600 dollars with trade discounts of 20% and 5%. An invoice dated November 14 with terms 8/10, 4/20, n/30 EOM was enclosed with the lens when it was delivered to the Star Camera Centre on November...

8. Net and Present Value

Hi Maths Help Forum Year Out In Discount Net Present Value 0 £247,332 1 -£247,332 -£247,332 1 £25,000 0.8772 £25,000 £21930 2 £25,000 0.7695 £25,000 £19237.50 3 £30,000 0.675 £30,000 £20250 4 £30,000 0.5921 £30,000 £17763 5 £35,000 0.5194 £35,000 £18179 6 £35,000 0.4556...
9. By selling 33 meters of cloth,a man gains the cost price of 11meters.Find the profit%

This is a common sum with small change. Normally, this type of sum says that the man gains SELLING PRICE of 11 meters. Then the profit % will be 50 %. But what about this one, where he gains the COST PRICE of 11 meters? I couldn't even understand what it meant! Can someone please explain and...
10. Pls help with my assignment on MATH OF INVESTMENT / SIMPLE DISCOUNT..

1. A bank discounts a P125k loan due in 5 years at 12% simple discount. Find the equivalent simple interest. 2. What is the simple discount rate equivalent to 18% simple interest for 200days? 3. In availing discount, what interest rate is equivalent to 18% discount rate in 1year and 3...
11. What's The Discount I need to give?

Hi, I have the following math problem which I'm a hardtime finding the best way to reflect/calculate. If anyone can help I would really appreciated. Problem: I have an agreement with a supplier that he will provide a bottle per case (12 bottles in a case) and I will provide a bottle per...
12. simple interest and simple discount

8,725 plus sales tax 5.5%, cash terms of 3/15.n/30 with a 1.5% service charge on late payments. 90 day same as cash. If unable to pay within 90 days, have to pay 24.9% annual simple interest for first 90 days, plus 2% simple interest per month on the unpaid balance after 90 days. If able to...

15. Some Specific Problems of Profit and Loss and Marked Price and Discount II

Greetings all, This morning, I was solving some problems dealing with Profit, Loss, Marked Price and discount. The below 4 problems really confused me. I would appreciate if anyone here guide me........ 3. At what % above the cost price must an article be marked, so as to gain 17% after...
16. Some Specific Problems of Profit and Loss and Marked Price and Discount I

Greetings all, This morning, I was solving some problems dealing with Profit, Loss, Marked Price and discount. The below 4 problems really confused me. I would appreciate if anyone here guide me........ 1. A man sells a bicycle at a gain of 10%. Had he bought it at 10%less, and sold it at...
17. Percentage discount.

A stereo system that regularly sells for $240 goes on sale for$192 what is the percent discount From jumpstart booklet grade 8 and A sweater that was orginally $27.95 is on sale$19.99 estimate the percent discount PLEase explain thanks
18. Discount percentage and percent increase

If a product is $100 and I purchase it at 15% discount, I pay$85. How do I calculate if I want to resell that same product for 30% more than I paid for it? Not 30% above the original price before my discount. Original price * 0.15 = Discounted amount Original price - Discount amount =...
19. Harry's Discount

Hi, I need the reasoning behind the answer for this question explained, please. At Harry’s Discount Hardware everything is sold for 20% less than the price marked. If Harry buys tool kits for \$80, what price should he mark them if he wants to make a 20% profit on his cost? The answer given is...
20. Easy Question - Simple Interest, Simple Discount

Looking over a text, it asks to prove that a simple discount rate d is equivalent to a simple interest rate r where r = \frac{d}{1-dt}. The solution in the book does this by setting total interest I = Prt (where P is the principal, and t time) equal to the discount D = Sdt (where S is the...