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By Jan Zumwalt Ver 1.2 - 2014.08.01 Copyright - Public Domain +------------------------------------------------------------+ | The retail and markup prices may be customized by | | adjusting values at about line 160~175 of this program. | +------------------------------------------------------------+ +-----------------+ | Instructions | +-----------------+------------------------------------------- Enter the one or two values in the white or red boxes and select the appropriate button to calculate the missing answer(s). Percentage should be entered as a whole number; i.e. 33 for 33% (not .33). +-----------------+ | Note | +-----------------+------------------------------------------- For convenience the input boxes above use whole numbers for the percentage value (33 instead of .33). The percentage value is converted before using the appropriate formula. If someone wants to use the formulas given, they would need to use a true fractional value for a percentage. +-----------------+ | Source code | +-----------------+------------------------------------------- The most current php source code of this program is located at https://sourceforge.net/projects/pricing +-----------------+ | Online version | +-----------------+------------------------------------------- A working online version of this program and many other tools are available at http://www.Net-Wrench.com/tools/price +-----------------+ | Formulas | +-----------------+------------------------------------------- Discount = Retail - Sale; Discount% = 1 - (Sale / Retail) Profit = Sale-Cost; Profit% = Profit/Cost*100; Retail = Cost * 1.Profit% Retail = Sale / (1 - Discount%) Sale = Retail * (1 - Discount%) Sale% = (1-Sale/Retail)*100; For convenience the input boxes for the program use whole numbers for the percentage value (33 instead of .33). The percentage value is converted before using the appropriate formula. If you want to use the actual formulas, you will need to use a true fractional value (.33 = 33%) for a percentage.

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