Finding the Original Price Given the Sale Price and Percent Discount | Math with Mr. J



Welcome to Finding the Original Price Given the Sale Price and Percent Discount with Mr. J! Need help with calculating the original price from a discount? You’re in the right place!

Whether you’re just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you’re looking for help with how to find the original price given the sale price and discount. Mr. J will go through finding the original price examples and explain the steps of how to calculate the original price from the sale price and discount.

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22 thoughts on “Finding the Original Price Given the Sale Price and Percent Discount | Math with Mr. J

  1. you solved my problem. I used to have advanced physics, calculus, trig, etc education but being 61 have forgotten so much. I needed to do a calculation for sausage. For example. I have 1.3 kg of lean meat. I need to have a ratio of 70 percent meat to 30 percent meat. I need to know how much fat to add. This is for making sausage. This will help me do it myself instead of asking google. My brain is working again. So Lean Meat × 100 ÷ 70 = Total product Weight. Total Product weight – Lean meat = fat required.

  2. Mr. j you got me through 5th grade last year! but I went to summer school and still passed thank you so much Mr. j for all your help I'm now in 6th grade getting 80s and 90s

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