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What is the net price factor for trade discounts of 25/15/10? (Points : 2.5)
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. [ 7– 2 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES Section I The Invoice 7-1: Reading and understanding the parts of an invoice 7-2: Extending and totaling an invoice Section II Trade Discounts—Single 7-3: Calculating the amount of a single trade discount 7-4: Calculating net price by using the net price factor, complement method 7-5: Calculating
trade discount rate when list price and net price are known PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (cont’d): © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 7– 3 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES (cont’d) Section III Trade Discounts—Series 7-6: Calculating net price and the amount of a trade discount by using a series of trade discounts 7-7: Calculating the net price of a series of trade discounts by using the net price factor, complement method 7-8: Calculating the amount of a trade discount by using a single equivalent discount Section IV Cash Discounts and Terms of Sale 7-9: Calculating cash discounts and net amount due 7-10: Calculating net amount due, with credit given for partial payment 7-11: Determining discount date and net date by using various dating methods The Invoice: © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 7– 4 The Invoice invoice A document detailing a sales transaction, containing a list of goods shipped or services rendered, with an account of all costs. freight terminology F.O.B. —t erm used in quoting shipping charges meaning “free on board” or “freight on board.” F.O.B. shipping point Buyer pays transportation charges from the vendor’s location. F.O.B. destination Seller pays shipping changes to the buyer’s store or warehouse and then bills the buyer for these charges on the invoice. Exhibit 7-1 Typical Invoice Format: © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 7– 5 Exhibit 7-1 Typical Invoice Format Exhibit 7-2 Invoice Terminology and Abbreviations: © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. 7– 6 Exhibit 7-2 Invoice Terminology and Abbreviations Exhibit 7-3 Freight Terminology: © 2009 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. ]
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Fantasia Florist Shop purchases an order of imported roses with a list price of $2,375 less trade discounts of 15/20/20. What is the dollar amount of the trade discount? (Points : 2.5)
Weegy: Fantasia Florist Shop purchases an order of imported roses with a list price of $2,375 less trade discounts of 15/20/20. Equivalent single discount: d = 1- [(1-d1) (1-d2) (1-d3)] d = 1 - (.85*.8*.8) d= .456 Trade discount amount is $2,375*.456 = $1,083 User: Using your answer to the question above, what is the net dollar amount of that rose order? (Points : 2.5) Weegy: Simply deduct the discount amount to the list price. NDA= $2,375-$1,083= $1292 (More)
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Convert to a percent: 17/25 (Points : 2) .68% 6.8% .068% 68%
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The fraction 17/25 converted to percent is 68%;

17/25 = 0.68 * 100 = 68%
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A discount store purchased some special product at a list price of $ 6,300. If the broker gives a 30.5% trade discount, what is the amount of the trade discount? (Points : 2) $1,921.50 $4,378.50 $2,950.00 $1,706.00
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A discount store purchased some special product at a list price of $6,300. If the broker gives a 30.5% trade discount, the amount of the trade discount is $1,921.50.

$6,300*30.5%=6,300*.305=$1,921.50
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Convert to a percent: 4.44 (Points : 2)
Weegy: To convert from decimal to percentage, just multiply the decimal by 100, but remember to put the "%" sign so people know it is per 100. (More)
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4.44 converted to a percent is: 444%
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