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 The wholesale price given the retail price and the markup 2018-02-07 From Matthew:Retail \$99 Mark-up is 80% What is the equation to find the original (wholesale) price (55)? thanksAnswered by Penny Nom. Finding the retail price 2014-02-22 From Judy:An item is currently on sale at 37% off the retail price. The item now sells for \$350. My Question: What is the retail price and what is the formula or steps to figuring that out?Answered by Penny Nom. The retail price for an ice cream scoop 2009-07-05 From Patricia:Hi - I am trying to figure out the fairest retail price for an ice cream scoop. We have an ice cream parlor and the cost of the ice cream we buy by the bulk container has recently been increased so now we must charge more for our scoops. We pay a wholesale price of \$25.40 for 242 ounces of ice cream. The cost per ounce is \$0.105. What is the formula for figuring out how much to charge retail per scoop? This is probably so simple but confusing to me. Please help. Thank you!Answered by Harley Weston. Find the retail price 2009-03-18 From Allie:If you have food that costs \$0.75 per portion and your food cost is 16.5% how would you find the retail price?Answered by Penny Nom.

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