Discounts can be anything from a few dollars off to a certain percentage off. If it is $100 off $100 then you would subtract $10 from $100 which is $90. If it is 20% off $100, it
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1. Establish the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) or the original fullprice of the item in question. 2. Convert the given item's discount percentage to a number expressed
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I agree with Natish.. there are many factors.. and particularly under his item 1 which he has listed "your potential business"  I would add "your volume now and in
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1 Determine how many coupon payments will be made on your bond (most bonds make 2 payments per year so if it is paid over 10 years, you have a total of 20 payments). 2 Find the coupon
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