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            Students learn basic consumer money math.

             

             


            PERCENTAGES AND MONEY:
            CALCULATING A SALES PRICE

            Students will learn to calculate a sale price.


            Teaching Objectives:

            • Students will learn to calculate a discount.
            • Students will then apply that discount to find a sale price.

            Suggested Grades:

            Fifth Grade - Sixth Grade - Seventh Grade - Eighth Grade

             
             

             

            CALCULATING A SALES PRICE LESSON PLAN

             


            Teaching Materials

            • Lesson - Calculating a Sales Price Lesson (see below for printable lesson).


            Lesson Excerpt:

            To calculate a sales price, you first have to calculate the amount of a discount.

            Do you remember how to calculate a discount?

            If you know the original price of an object and the % of the discount, then you can calculate the discount off of the original price.
            Let’s look at an example.

            Example:
            John is buying a new guitar.  The original price is $65.00.  It has been marked 15% off.  What is the amount of the discount?

            To work on this problem, we can write this another way.
                        What is 15% of 65?

            Next, we need to write an equation.
                        “What is” becomes x =
                        15% becomes a decimal .15
                        “of” means to multiply

            Now we can write an equation.

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            CALCULATING A SALES PRICE

            Calculating a Sales Price Lesson *

            Printable lesson worksheet and activity.

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

             

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