Profit, Loss & Discount

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Cost Price = CP

Sale Price = SP

If SP > CP it is profitable situation. Therefore, Profit (P) = SP - CP

If SP < CP it is a loss making situation. Therefore, Loss (L) = CP - SP

\( Profit Percent = \frac{Profit}{Cost Price} \times 100 \)

\( Profit Percent = \frac{Sale Price - Cost Price}{Cost Price} \times 100 \)

On rearranging the above formulas we get the following:

\( Profit = \frac{Profit Percent}{100} \times Cost Price \)

\( CostPrice = \frac{Profit}{ProfitPercent} \times 100 \)

\( CostPrice = \frac{100}{ProfitPercent + 100} \times SalePrice \)

\( SalePrice = \frac{ProfitPercent + 100}{100} \times CostPrice \)

\( LossPercent = \frac{Loss}{CostPrice} \times 100 \)

\( LossPercent = \frac{CostPrice - SalePrice}{CostPrice} \times 100 \)

\( CostPrice = \frac{Loss}{LossPercent} \times 100 \)

\( CostPrice = \frac{100}{100 - LossPercent} \times SalePrice \)

\( SalePrice = \frac{100 - LossPercent}{100} \times CostPrice \)

\( Discount = MarkedPrice - SalePrice \)

\( DiscountPercent = \frac{Discount}{MarkedPrice} \times 100 \)

\( DiscountPercent = \frac{MarkedPrice - SalePrice}{MarkedPrice} \times 100 \)

\( MarkedPrice = \frac{100}{100 - DicountPercent} \times SalePrice \)

\( SalePrice = \frac{100 - DiscountPercent}{100} \times MarkedPrice \)