Method = 1

Price =

Cost =

Markup =

Difference =

Calculates product markups based on either price or cost.

- Method: Computation based on price or cost. Profit margin computations are based on price; percent change computations are based on cost.

- Price: Selling or resale price.

- Cost: Cost to manufacture or purchase.

- Markup: Markup expressed as a percentage. For example, an 8.125% change would be entered as '8.125'. A positive value represents an increase while a negative one represents a decrease.

- Difference: Difference between the price and the cost.

The clothing is sold at a 25% markup on cost. What is the price if the cost is $29.99?

- Method: % Cost

- Cost: $29.99

- Markup: 25.0%

The price is $37.49.

Method

Price

Cost

Markup

Difference

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Percent Change

Profit Margin

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