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30% profit 2014-12-05
From Lyn:
I would like to know a formula that I would use on a standard calculator to calculate a 30% profit margin on an item. If I purchased an item at $7.70 how would I calculate 30% profit for me, not just 30% mark up?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Ratios ond percents 2014-08-13
From aswathi:
if the ratio of cost price and selling price of an article is be as 10:11,the percentage of profit is
Answered by Tyler Wood.
Percent profit: State exam question 2013-03-12
From tony:
which is the correct way to figure 30% profit?
1)
1000 product
500 labor
50 permit
1550 total cost
1550x1.3=2015

2)
1000 product
500 labor
50 permit
1550 total cost
1-.3=.7
1550/.7=2214

Answered by Harley Weston.
state exam question 2013-03-12
From tony:
which is the correct way to figure 30% profit?
1)
1000 product
500 labor
50 permit
1550 total cost
1550x1.3=2015

2)
1000 product
500 labor
50 permit
1550 total cost
1-.3=.7
1550/.7=2214

Answered by Harley Weston.
How much did the statue originally cost him? 2009-02-06
From Debra:
Jim is able to sell a hand-carved statue for $670 which was a 35% profit over his cost. How much ded he statue originally cost him?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Profit percentage (markup and margin) 2007-12-18
From Laura:
If my husband says he sold $11,000 worth of tools and made $1400 on the deal, what is the percent of profit?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
How much did it originally cost? 2007-04-04
From Megan:
My question is simple:

"-Jim is able to sell a hand-carved statue for $650 which was a 35% profit over his cost. How much did ie originally cost?"

I don't even know where to start could you help?

Answered by Penny Nom.
Profit, markup and discount 2004-02-22
From Kick:
Using the calculation on your website, if I sell something for $885 and my cost is $296, I make $589 profit. How do I calculate the profit percent I made on that transaction?

Profit as a percentage of what it cost me?
Profit as a percentage of what I sold it for?

Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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