# Percent Problems: Markups and Markdowns (Grade 7)

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## Percent Problems: Markups and Markdowns

1.

Tommy saw the shirt he wants to buy on sale for 35% off. If the shirt normally costs $45, how much money will Tommy pay for it?

- $15.75
- $10.00
- $31.50
- $29.25

2.

A clothing shop has a markup of 45% on the wholesale price of shirts. If the wholesale price of men's shirts is $35.00, what will be the retail price?

- $80.00
- $52.50
- $57.50
- $50.75

3.

A family went to a restaurant. The total cost of the meal was $48.30. The family had a coupon for 20% off the total. What was the final cost of the meal after the coupon was used?

- $9.66
- $28.30
- $38.64
- $48.10

4.

Rose normally pays $118.00 for an airplane ticket to visit her parents. The airline company is offering a 45% discount. How much is the discount?

- $81.00
- $5.31
- $8.10
- $53.10

5.

Which expression correctly models a price, p, decreased by 80%?

- p - 80
- p - 0.80
- p - 0.80p
- p - 80p

6.

A department store is selling everything for 45% off of the regular price. If a pair of jeans originally costs j dollars, which expressions could be used to find the sale price of the jeans? (Select ALL that apply.)

- j + 0.45j
- j - 45
- j - 0.45j
- 0.55j
- j + 45
- 1.45j

7.

The selling price of a dining table is $630. This is 20% more than its cost price. What is the cost price of the dining table?

8.

A baseball glove at the local sports store is regularly priced at $22.00. It is on sale for 20% off. What is the amount that you save by buying the glove on sale?

9.

If a pair of jeans marked $40.00 is selling at a 20% discount, how much do the jeans cost after the discount?

10.

Susan went shopping for a new shirt. The original price of the shirt was $32.50, but was marked down to $21.13. What was the percent of the discount Susan got on the shirt?

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