## What is the total discount which can be obtained after successive discounts of 8% and 12 %?

SOLUTION: A shopkeeper gives two **successive discounts of 8**% and **12**%. What is **overall discount**? plz hlp me ans is 33.33%

## What is the actual equivalent discount of three successive discounts of 8% 10% and 12% by sale of an article?

∴ A single discount equivalent to three successive discounts is **31.184%**.

## What is the overall discount?

Discounting refers to the way in which the value of an outcome depends on the delay until it is obtained. … We propose a new measure of the strength of discounting: the overall discount rate W, which is **the drop in value from the start to the end of the value curve divided by the area under this curve**.

## How do you calculate successive discounts?

**Total discount = (x + y – xy / 100) %**

- x = 10%, y = 20% and z = 30%
- Total discount = [10 + 20 – (10 x 20) / 100] % = (30 – 200 /100) % = 28% (let us say d)

## What is the actual discount of three successive?

∴ The discount% is **38.8%**.

## Is 40 or 30 successive discount better?

Hence, A **discount of flat 70%** is better than a successive discount of 40 % and 30%.

## What will be the single discount equal to three successive discounts of 20% 25% and 10 %?

therefore 100 -54=46. 46 might be the answer. A single discount equivalent to three successive discounts of 20%, 25% and 10% is a) **55%** b) 50% ..

## How do I get a 10% discount?

**How do I calculate a 10% discount?**

- Take the original price.
- Divide the original price by 100 and times it by 10.
- Alternatively, move the decimal one place to the left.
- Minus this new number from the original one.
- This will give you the discounted value.
- Spend the money you’ve saved!

## How do I calculate a discount?

**How to calculate a discount**

- Convert the percentage to a decimal. Represent the discount percentage in decimal form. …
- Multiply the original price by the decimal. …
- Subtract the discount from the original price. …
- Round the original price. …
- Find 10% of the rounded number. …
- Determine “10s” …
- Estimate the discount. …
- Account for 5%

## How do you calculate a Class 8 discount?

You can find the discount by **subtracting its sale price from its marked price**. So, Discount = Marked price – Sale price.