# Reverse Percentages

A lesson to calculate reverse percentages.

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# Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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## Question 4

Q1.An item was bought for £40 then sold for £50. The selling price was a percentage increase of 20%.

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Q2.An item was bought for £40 then sold for £60. Find the percentage change.

2/4

Q3.An item was bought for £80 then sold for £50. Find the percentage change.

3/4

Q4.A clothes shop normally sells their goods at 80% above cost price. In a sale, the shop reduces the prices by 25%. What percentage profit does the shop make on clothes sold in the sale?

4/4

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# Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

## Question 4

Q1.An item was bought for £40 then sold for £50. The selling price was a percentage increase of 20%.

1/4

Q2.An item was bought for £40 then sold for £60. Find the percentage change.

2/4

Q3.An item was bought for £80 then sold for £50. Find the percentage change.

3/4

Q4.A clothes shop normally sells their goods at 80% above cost price. In a sale, the shop reduces the prices by 25%. What percentage profit does the shop make on clothes sold in the sale?

4/4

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# Reverse percentages

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

## Question 4

Q1.If 20% of a number is 32, find 100%

1/4

Q2.If 7% of a number is 14, find 100%

2/4

Q3.A shop has a sale with 10% discount on all items. If a coat costs £45 in the sale. What was its original price?

3/4

Q4.Tim is a car salesman. He bought a car for £5000. Currently he is holding a sale with 35% off the price of all cars. Tim wants to sell the car so that he makes a 10% profit on the price he paid. How much should Tim advertise the car for?

4/4

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# Reverse percentages

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

## Question 4

Q1.If 20% of a number is 32, find 100%

1/4

Q2.If 7% of a number is 14, find 100%

2/4

Q3.A shop has a sale with 10% discount on all items. If a coat costs £45 in the sale. What was its original price?

3/4

Q4.Tim is a car salesman. He bought a car for £5000. Currently he is holding a sale with 35% off the price of all cars. Tim wants to sell the car so that he makes a 10% profit on the price he paid. How much should Tim advertise the car for?

4/4

# Lesson summary: Reverse Percentages

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