Practice the questions given in the worksheet on discount percent on marked price. We know, discount i.e. reduction in price is always calculated on marked price.
Discount = marked price - selling price
Discount percent = discount/marked price × 100%
1. A dining-table is marked for $7500 and is sold for $6000.
(i) Find the discount given.
(ii) Find the discount given as percent.
2. A shopkeeper marked a dinner set for $1000. He sold it at $900. What percent discount did he give?
3. In a shop of
ready-made garments, a dress is marked at $1350 and is available for $954. Find
the discount given by the shopkeeper and express it as percent.
4. The list price of an article is $450 and it is sold for $360.
(i) Find the discount given.
(ii) Find the discount given as percent.
Answers for the worksheet on calculating discount percent on marked price are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on discount%.
Answers:
1. (i) $1500
(ii) 20%
2. 10%
3. $396; 29 1/3%
4. (i) $90
(ii) 20%
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