1.
The price on an item is $161 after being marked up by 112%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
2.
The price on an item is $232 after being marked up by 127%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
3.
The price on an item is $130 after being marked up by 6%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
4.
The price on an item is $165 after being marked up by 51%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
5.
The price on an item is $167 after being marked up by 56%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
6.
The price on an item is $529 after being marked up by 189%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
7.
The price on an item is $72 after being marked up by 112%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
8.
The price on an item is $210 after being marked up by 5%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
9.
The price on an item is $108 after being marked up by 163%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
10.
The price on an item is $189 after being marked up by 89%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
11.
The price on an item is $66 after being marked up by 113%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
12.
The price on an item is $85 after being marked up by 47%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
13.
The price on an item is $281 after being marked up by 130%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
14.
The price on an item is $190 after being marked up by 104%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
15.
The price on an item is $320 after being marked up by 199%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
16.
The price on an item is $200 after being marked up by 153%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
17.
The price on an item is $304 after being marked up by 151%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
18.
The price on an item is $115 after being marked up by 22%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
19.
The price on an item is $448 after being marked up by 175%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
20.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 51%. It is now priced at $134. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
21.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 52%. It is now priced at $79. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
22.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 42%. It is now priced at $84. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
23.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 38%. It is now priced at $236. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
24.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 185%. It is now priced at $188. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
25.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 135%. It is now priced at $61. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
26.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 9%. It is now priced at $97. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
27.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 112%. It is now priced at $138. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
28.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 157%. It is now priced at $190. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
29.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 134%. It is now priced at $143. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
30.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 136%. It is now priced at $184. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
31.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 123%. It is now priced at $314. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
32.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 42%. It is now priced at $145. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
33.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 167%. It is now priced at $238. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
34.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 30%. It is now priced at $107. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
35.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 138%. It is now priced at $355. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
36.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 173%. It is now priced at $259. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
37.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 120%. It is now priced at $422. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
38.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 157%. It is now priced at $95. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
39.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 62%. It is now priced at $266. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
40.
The price on an item is has been marked up by 161%. It is now priced at $389. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 + interest rate)
41.
The price on an item is $14 after being discounted by 93%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
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42.
The price on an item is $35 after being discounted by 80%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
43.
The price on an item is $16 after being discounted by 88%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
44.
The price on an item is $166 after being discounted by 16%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
45.
The price on an item is $48 after being discounted by 71%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
46.
The price on an item is $53 after being discounted by 54%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
47.
The price on an item is $176 after being discounted by 4%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
48.
The price on an item is $39 after being discounted by 73%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
49.
The price on an item is $0 after being discounted by 100%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)
50.
The price on an item is $49 after being discounted by 50%. What was the original price to the nearest dollar?
Explanation For items that are marked up, take the price you are given, multiply by 100, then divide by (100 - interest rate)