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MAR 3023 Pricing Assignment
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P B  to manufacturer=$1000 Manufacturer’s mark up on P B  =150% Retailer’s mark up on P B =200% Given the following information, calculate the price to the customer: 1.5= P E - 1000 =>1500 = P E - 1000 1000 2.0= P E - 2500 => 5,000 = P E - 2500 2500 150% 200% M R C 1,000 2,500 ? <= $7,500 P E = 7,500
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2. If mark up percentages for the retailer  and manufacturer in the preceding  question were calculated on P E , what is  the price to the customer? Since the beginning price is >0 you can’t have a mark up greater than or equal to 100%.
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If the manufacturer’s P =$50 and its  P E  =$200:   3. What is the mark up percentage based on P B ? 200 - 50 50 = 300%
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4. In the preceding question, what is mark up percentage based on P E ? 200 - 50 200 = 75%
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question which appears 2 numbers before this one? $150
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course MAR 3023 taught by Professor Philipdowns during the Fall '12 term at Florida State College.

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