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Solving markup and markdown word problems involves understanding the relationship between the original cost, markup/markdown rate (as a percentage), and the final selling price.

Steps to Solve Markup Problems

- Identify the Cost Price (CP): This is the original price or the amount paid to purchase the item.
- Identify the Markup Percentage (M%): This is the percentage by which the cost price is increased to determine the selling price.
- Calculate the Markup Amount (M):

π = π%/100 Γ πΆπ - Calculate the Selling Price (SP):

ππ = πΆπ + π

Steps to Solve Markdown Problems

- Identify the Original Price (OP): This is the initial selling price before the markdown.
- Identify the Markdown Percentage (MD%): This is the percentage by which the original price is decreased.
- Calculate the Markdown Amount (MD):

ππ· = ππ·%/100 Γ ππ - Calculate the Sale Price (SP):

ππ = ππ β ππ·

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