## anonymous one year ago @ganeshie8 @iambatman @Michele_Laino @nincompoop @triciaal @Ashleyisakitty Please help! My question is attached below!

1. randomecorner

i don't see it

2. anonymous

3. KJSaif

i don't see it

4. randomecorner

;-;

5. triciaal

lenscrafter here I come

6. anonymous

7. triciaal

@barbdewysveck1 we are still waiting for the question. do you want to try attaching it again?

8. triciaal

the markup is how much over the cost price that is tagged on the item the sale price the percent markup is that difference between the sale price and the cost price as a percentage per cent means per 100 so % mark-up ( sale -cost)/100

9. triciaal

correction (sale - cost)/cost * 100

10. anonymous

so how do i find the percent of markup

11. triciaal

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12. triciaal

I think your question crossed with the response for question 1

13. anonymous

i dont get it... @triciaal

14. anonymous

do u mind explaining it a little more plz

15. triciaal

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18. triciaal

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20. triciaal

is everything clear now?

21. anonymous

so 25% is the percent of markup?

22. triciaal

correct

23. triciaal

to check how much is 25% of \$60?

24. triciaal

wait the cost was 45 not 60

25. triciaal

same process different numbers

26. triciaal

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27. anonymous

i got 5/60 or 1/12

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30. anonymous

but then if u do 15/60 you can simplify it to

31. anonymous

so is it still 1/4? or 25%

32. anonymous

@triciaal