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Proportional Reasoning

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Formulas
Definitions
Tax,Tip,Discount,And Markup
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Tax
Tip
1st step
Tax
original price * % (as a decimal)
= amount of tax
amount of tax + original price
= final price
Discount
Markup
original price * % (as a decimal)
= amount of tip
amount of tip + original price
= final price
6% sales tax on one 13 inch television that cost \$60
What is the sales tax?
\$3.60
0.06 * 60
6/100 * 60
2nd Step
Discount - A deduction from the usual cost of something
Tax - a sum of money demanded by a government for its support or for specific facilities or services, levied upon incomes, property, sales, etc
Markup - The amount added to the cost price of goods to cover overhead and profit.
Tip - a sum of money given to someone as a way of rewarding them for their services
Percent- a specified amount in every hundred
Lets try some problems
1st step
2nd step
Last step
Tip
1st step
Last step
Discount
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1st step
Last step
Markup
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You buy \$20 worth of food at a restaurant tax included and you wish to tip 10% how much tip should you leave, and what is the total cost of everything after tip
\$20 * 10/100
20 * .10
2
Tip
Total cost
\$2
\$22
an item that originally cost \$20 is discounted by 25% find the amount of discount
\$5.oo
\$20.00*25/100
20.00 * .25
A chair that sold for \$65 is marked up to \$70.20 What is the percent of the markup?
original price * % (as a decimal)
= amount of discount
original price - amount of discount
= final price
final price - beginning price
/ beginning price
= markup rate in % form
8%
5.20 / 65
70.20
- 65.00
to change a decimal into a percent move the decimal point 2 spaces to the left
to change a percent into a decimal divide the number by 100
Greatest Super Hero
Jamon
Important
Details
try these
Tama is the
#1
Teacher

Sources
Batman, Jamon, and other figures - http://prezi.com/dpqe5z-tpuqb/academy-inserting-animations-in-prezi/
Quiz
http://teachers.henrico.k12.va.us/math/ms/c30708/02Computation/2_2/8032HW1.pdf
http://teachers.sduhsd.net/mlewis1/syllabus_files/PA7/Chapter%209/PA7%20Worksheet-discounts_mark-ups%203.pdf
crumpled up paper-http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9OkzmPxwZRQ/Taw0mXZOfyI/AAAAAAAAEEk/-96rhs-y2GQ/s1600/CRUMPLED+PAPER.jpg
Original price of an MP3 player: \$99.50
Tax: 4%
Cost of an MP3 player: \$129.50
Markup: 60%
Find the final price
You will come in and sit down if not quiet in 2 min your seats will be changed
Rules
Raise your hand if you have a question
Dont talk when Tama or Dong are speaking
Respect
Use indoor voices
Taxes Brainpop Video
http://www.brainpop.com/math/ratioproportionandpercent/taxes/
Sources
Brain Pop video
http://www.brainpop.com/math/ratioproportionandpercent/taxes/
for paying attention
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