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Help me guys.If an item is given a discount of 20%,.?

Help me guys.If an item is given a discount of 20%,.? Topic: How to write an inch and a half
July 17, 2019 / By Henrietta
Question: If an item is given a discount of 20%, then to return to the original cost price must be offered up for? here answer options a. 10% b. 20% c. 25% d. 30% e. 40%
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Earleen Earleen | 2 days ago
Get a ruler in your hands. Measure things until you start to understand how a ruler works. Measure some stuff and figure out where the center is. Say you measure a book and it's 7/8" thick. You look at your ruler and see that every eighth is divided into two sixteenths, so obviously half of 7/8" is going to be 7/16". If you write that out you have 1/2 x 7/8 = 7/16. And you notice that 1/2 is divided into 2/4 and then into 4/8 and so on, so you can convert anything to anything by multiplying all the numbers on top and then all the numbers on bottom. Other rulers are divided into 10 and 100 parts. But an inch is still and inch, so anything on one ruler can be translated to the other ruler. A half inch on one ruler is 5/10 or 50/100 on the other. An eighth inch is just 12.5 marks when you have 100 marks per inch. A metric ruler divides an inch into 25.4 parts, so a half inch would be 12.7 of those parts. Pretty simple, isn't it? Practice this a bit and people will think you went to wizard school. Percent is simply a ruler with 100 marks. The only confusion is trying to keep track of what the marks represent. Say an item is priced at $100 and is marked down 20%. The sale price is $80. Now to mark that up again you are talking about a percent of a different number. You mark it up $20 and that is 1/4 of the previous price, and 1/4 is 25%. That's what I mean about the confusion of keeping track.
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Earleen Originally Answered: Difference between carry on item, a personal item, and one checked bag?
Your checked bag is the suitcase that you will turn over to the airline and not see again until you arrive at your destination (other than customs, if you have multiple stops in China). This bag will fly in the cargo hold of the plane. There is a size and weight limit, but you can pack liquids, etc. in it (make sure to place them in plastic bags so they do not leak and ruin everything else). Your carry on bag is a smaller suitcase or bag that you will carry on the plane with you. It is placed in the overhead bins. You can access them during the flight if necessary. Your personal item is like a purse or backpack that you will store under the seat in front of you and is easily accessible during the flight. In these two bags, you can only pack one (total, not each) quart size ziplock bag of liquids. All liquids in this bag must be in containers that are 3.4 ounces or less in size. I recommend packing cameras and electronics, including chargers, in your carry on bag rather than your checked bag. Also any prescription medications. At least one change of clothes as well. In your personal bag I always put my phone, phone charger to use in my seat, my quart size ziplock bag (since it usually has toiletries I will want to use during a long flight), and things to keep me entertained during the flight such as a journal and pen, puzzle books, book, etc. And I also keep passport, cash, etc. in that bag.
Earleen Originally Answered: Difference between carry on item, a personal item, and one checked bag?
A carry on item is like a small book bag with magazines and books to read in it to busy yourself on the plane ride. A personal item is like a purse (if you're a female) and a checked bag is like a small suitcase with extra clothing or toiletries in it like if you couldn't fit everything in your actual suitcase, they allow you to bring a smaller suitcase with those extra items

Celeste Celeste
Original cost 100x 20% discount = 80x 80x to 100x = 20x / 80x X 100 = 25% more ANSWER is c)
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Celeste Originally Answered: Can Walmart tell if the item being returned is the SAME item that was purchased?
I know that at Walmart, even if they won't accept your receipt, you can return it there for store credit (no receipt needed). However, you should call a local Walmart and explain your case to them. If they say no, you could also try it in person at a different location and see if they let you through. I have a feeling they have some sort of verification of it too. I know when I bought my ipad from Sams Club (partner with Walmart), on the wrapping had a serial # or UPC (i forgot), but it was some code. So in summary, just call and ask them. If your reciept won't clear you, you can sell your iPad or get $500+ in store credit for WalMart.
Celeste Originally Answered: Can Walmart tell if the item being returned is the SAME item that was purchased?
Return it, it'll be fine. They dont have anything. If you have the reciept they cant really do much except give you your money. Don't worry about it :)

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