# Holiday Hardware purchased 60 items at a list price of \$44 less 17%, 9%. The items were marked up 71% of the selling price. Ten of the items sold at a markdown of 30%.  Five sold at a markdown...

Holiday Hardware purchased 60 items at a list price of \$44 less 17%, 9%. The items were marked up 71% of the selling price. Ten of the items sold at a markdown of 30%.  Five sold at a markdown of another 47%. The remainder sold at the regular selling price.  What is the effective markup rate based on sales?

Round your final answer properly to two decimal places.  Do not enter the % symbol in the answer box.

a) What is the Cost (C) per item?

\$

b) Using your rounded answer in a) what is the Total Cost (TC)?

\$

c)  What is the selling price?

\$

d)  What is the selling price after the first markdown?

\$

e) What is the selling price after the second markdown?

\$

f)  Determine the total sales (TS).

\$

g) What is the effective markup based on sales?

%

llltkl | Student

Holiday hardware purchased 60 items at a list price of \$44 less 17% less 9%.

(a) Cost price per item:

=\$44*0.83*0.91

=\$33.23

(b) Total cost=\$33.23*60=\$1993.80

(c) The items were marked up 71% of the selling price. The selling price for each item was

=\$33.23(1+0.71)=\$56.82

Ten of the items were sold at a markdown of 30%.

Selling price of these ten items were at \$56.82(1-0.30)=\$39.77

(d) Selling price after first markdown was \$39.77.

Five of the items were sold at a markdown of another 47%.

Selling price of these five items were at \$39.77(1-0.53)=\$18.69

(e) Selling price after second markdown was \$18.69.

The remaining (60-(10+5)), i.e. 45 items sold at regular selling price, i.e. at \$56.82 each.

(f) Total sales =(\$39.77*10+\$18.69*5+\$56.82*45)=\$3048.05

(g) Effective mark-up rate based on sales=(Eventual total selling price-total cost price)/total cost price

= (3048.05-1993.80)/(1993.80)

=52.88%

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