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Chris owns a clothes shop. He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt. He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt. He sold 20 shirts at this price. Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

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Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

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Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 1: Work out the cost of buying all the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 2: Work out the selling price of the first batch of shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 3: Work out the amount of money made by selling the 20 first batch of shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 4: Work out the selling price of the secondbatch of shirts.

Note that the reduction is based on the first selling price not the £12

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 5: Work out the amount of money made by selling the rest of the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 6: Work out how much profit or loss he has made.

Percentages – Clothes

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Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 1: Work out the cost of buying all the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 2: Work out the selling price of the first batch of shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 3: Work out the amount of money made by selling the 20 first batch of shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 4: Work out the selling price of the secondbatch of shirts.

Note that the reduction is based on the first selling price not the £12

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 5: Work out the amount of money made by selling the rest of the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Help

Step 6: Work out how much profit or loss he has made.

Percentages – Clothes

End of Problem

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Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Hint

Note that the reduction is based on the first selling price not the £12

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Percentages – Clothes

End of Problem

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Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Hint

Work out the cost of buying all the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Hint

Work out the amount of money made by selling the 20 first batch of shirts.

Work out the amount of money made by selling the rest of the shirts.

Percentages – Clothes


Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Hint

Work out how much profit or loss he has made.

Percentages – Clothes

End of Problem

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Chris owns a clothes shop.

He bought 50 shirts at £12 for each shirt.

He chose the selling price of each shirt so that he would make a profit of 30% on each shirt.

He sold 20 shirts at this price.

Chris then reduced the selling price of each shirt by 15%.

He then sold the remaining shirts at this reduced selling price.

Has Chris made a profit or loss?

You must explain your answer clearly.

Hint

Work out the cost of buying all the shirts.

Work out how much he sells the two batches for

Percentages – Clothes

End of Problem

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