## What is the single discount equivalent of successive discounts?

Successive discounts of 10%, **20% and 30%** is equivalent to a single discount of : – GKToday. Single equivalent discount for successive discounts of 10% and 20%. Single equivalent discount for 28% and 30%. Hence option [C] is correct answer.

## What is the single discount equivalent to the successive discount of 20% and 15% respectively?

Originally Answered: What is the single equivalent successive discount of 20% and 15%? Suppose the price of an item be 100,then after discount of first 15%, the market price will be 85. And after next 20%(i.e. of 17 ), price will be 68. Therefore the single discount will be **32%**.

## What is the single discount of two successive discounts 15% and 10 %?

The equivalent single discount for two successive discounts of 15% and 10% is. **4**).

## What is the single discount equivalent to successive discounts of 20% and 10%?

Successive discount of 10% and 20% are equivalent to a single discount of : – GKToday. Hence option [**B**] is the right answer.

## What is the single discount equivalent to two successive discounts of 8% and 15%?

Thus, the answer is **28%**. Option (a) is the correct answer.

## What will be the single discount equal to three successive discounts of 20% 25% and 10 %?

therefore 100 -54=46. 46 might be the answer. A single discount equivalent to three successive discounts of 20%, 25% and 10% is a) **55%** b) 50% ..

## How do you calculate successive discount?

**Total discount = (d + z – dz / 100) %**

- Final discount = [28 + 30 – (28 x 30) / 100] % = (58 – 840 /100) % = 49.6%
- Which means Discount = 49.6% of 1000 = (49.6 / 100) x 1000 Rs 496.
- Selling price = M.P – Discount = 1000- 496 = 504.

## What is the single discount equivalent to two successive discounts of 25% and 24 %<UNK> select one?

**40** might be the answer.

## Which is a better deal for a customer a single discount of 25% or two successive discount of 15% and 10%?

After discount of 15% , price of the object=((100-15)/100) ×100=85. Thus it is found that after 25% direct discount the price of the object is rs75 and after successive discount of 15%and 10% the price of the object is rs 76.5. Therefore the deal of **25%direct discount** is better for customer.

## What is successive discount?

Successive discount is **the discount offered on the discount**. It is similar to compound interest (interest on interest). Let us have an example to understand the concept. Let the original price of a CD be ‘x’. a shopkeeper offers a discount of ‘y%’ and again ‘z%’ on the new price.

## What is single discount?

Difference Between Single Trade Discounts and Discount Series. … In the single discount formula, the calculation is pretty straightforward. For example, if the discount offered is 35 percent and the total value of the goods sold are $100,000, the single discount formula would be: $100,000 x 35 percent = $35,000 discount.