Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, stories, and songs to help Grade 5 students learn how to calculate discounts and sale prices.
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Finding Discounts and sales prices
The video covers a one-step and a two-step process for finding a sale price, given a percent of discount. It includes four examples.
Find the sale price
(a) Original Price = $49.50, Discount = 30%
(b) Original Price = $1,348.35, Discount = 25%
(c) Original Price = $19.89, Discount = 15%
(d) Original Price = $189.90, Discount = 60%
Saving Money with Percents
This lesson teaches how to calculate the sale price of an item by taking a certain percent from the original price.
Percent Word Problems - Sales Tax, Discount, & Finding The Original Price
A sweater that usually costs $45 is on sale for 25% off. What is the sale price?
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