The total tax is $2.10 and the total price with tax is $28.35.
The original price was 34.20
Depends on the manufacturer or designer. But I think I remember paying about $20 for a pair of jeans in 1989.
Jeans that cost forty five dollars discounted by fourteen percent What is their sale price?
Paying 90% of the original price.
The sale price will be $26.25
The sales tax is $3.50 and the total price of the jeans with tax is $53.50
If a pair of jeans cost 25% more than the original price which is 40, then the selling price of a pair of jeans is 50.
If the original price was $42, a 50% markup would add another $21 to make the price be $63.
75% off of $45.00 is paying 25% of the price so, 11.25
It is 45 × 1.065 × cost of one pair of jeans without sales tax (which you failed to tell us).
100% For example, let's say the original price is $100. Reducing it by 50% drops the price down to $50. In order to return the price to $100, $50 must be doubled, which is saying it must be increased by 100%.
The price of jeans in 1991 was not much cheaper than they are now. You could buy everyday Jeans for about 15 dollars in 1991. Designer jeans were higher.
25% is a quarter. A quarter of 47 is 11.75
$35.00 x 25% = $ 8.75 $35.00 - 8.75 = $26.25