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Textbook Problem

For the following items, calculate the missing information. Round dollars to the nearest cent and percents to the nearest tenth of a percent.

Original Amount of Markdown
Item Selling Price Markdown Sale Price Percent
2. Sneakers $53.88________ _______ $37.50 _______

To determine

To calculate: The amount of Markdown and Markdown percent, for given, Original Selling Price is $53.88 and Sale Price is $37.5.

Explanation

Given Information:

The Original Selling Price is $53.88 and Sale Price is $37.5.

Formula used:

The amount of Markdown can be calculated using the following equation:

Markdown=Original Selling PriceSale Price or MD=OrigSale

The Markdown Percent can be calculated using the following equation:

Markdown%=MarkdownOriginal Price or MD%=MDOrig

Calculation:

Consider the provided data, Original Selling Price $53.88 and Sale Price $37.5:

Assume, Orig=$53.88 and Sale=$37.50

The amount of Markdown of Sneakers is:

MD=OrigSale

Substitute Orig=$53

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