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I'd like to offer my bakery customers a discount if they buy more than a dozen muffins. How can I figure out the cost of offering 15% off the second dozen? Muffins are normally $10.80/dozen.

Caralina Stevens

Discounts are a great way to increase sales! Some simple multiplication will help you figure out the cost of marking down muffins. Just multiply the percentage discount as a decimal (0.15) times the price of the muffins ($10.80). Your customers will save $1.62 on the second dozen. And hey, save some muffins for me, please! Read More...

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