3.2 Incentives to Buy: Pages 66  73
TODAY'S AGENDA: We are learning incentives to buy.
1) Watch the video below.
2) Research some incentives online and upload on the padlet below. 3) Look at the examples below and complete pages 67, 68, 71, 72, and 73. 
A Determining sale prices: Using a regular calculator
Method 1: You can determine sale prices by finding the percent remaining after the discount is taken.
Example
A purse that regularly sells for $149 is on sale today for 30% off of the regular price.
What is the sale price before tax?
Solution
The percent of the price that remains is 100%  30% = 70%
You will only pay 70% of 149 which is 149 x 70 : 100 = $104.30
Regular Price Sale Price (30% off)
$149 $104.30
A purse that regularly sells for $149 is on sale today for 30% off of the regular price.
What is the sale price before tax?
Solution
The percent of the price that remains is 100%  30% = 70%
You will only pay 70% of 149 which is 149 x 70 : 100 = $104.30
Regular Price Sale Price (30% off)
$149 $104.30
Method 2: You can determine sale prices by subtracting discount amount from the regular price.
B  Determining sale prices: Using a tip calculator (app)
QUESTION
A pair of shoes that regularly sells for $129 is on sale today for 25% off of the regular price. What is the sale price before tax?
Tip Calculator
Bill: Tip: % 
1) What is the sale price before tax?

2) What is the sale price after tax?

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