Worksheet on Calculating Discount

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on calculating discount on marked price (M.P.) We know, discount means, a reduction in the price which is always calculated on the marked price of the article.

1. An article is marked at $5000, and is sold at a discount of 10%. Find the selling price of the article.

2. A machine is marked at $300 and is sold at a discount of 15%. Find the discount given and the selling price of the machine.

3. A bookseller gives 10% discount. Find the price paid by the customer for a book which is marked $62.

4. Find the selling price of an article which was marked at $240 and on which a discount of 8% was given.

5. Mike sells his goods at 15% discount. Find the price of an article which is sold for $680.

6. A retailer allows 12% discount on the printed price of the article. What does a customer pay for the article priced at $150?

7. An article is marked at $320, are sold at a discount of 15 percent. Find

(i) discount

(ii) selling price of the shoes.


8. For clearing off the old stock, a shopkeeper gives a discount of 10% on the goods. State the sale price of an item which was labeled $402.

9. An article is marked at $1650 and is available at a discount of 20%. Find:

(i) the discount given.

(ii) the selling price of the article.


10. A shopkeeper allows 20% discount on the marked price of his articles. Find the marked price of an article for which he charges $560.


Answers for the worksheet on calculating discount on marked price are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on discount.


Answers:


1. $4500

2. $45; 10% loss

3. $55.80

4. $220.80

5. $800

6. $132

7. (i) $48

(ii) $272


8. $361.80

9. (i) $330

(ii) $1320


10. $700

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