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# pricingPresentation4 - the retailer’s mark-up on Pe...

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1. Given the following information, what is the price to the consumer? Manufacturer’s Pb = \$100 Manufacturer’s MU% on Pe = 20% Wholesaler’s MU% on Pe = 30% Retailer’s MU% on Pe = 50% .2 = Pe-100 .2Pe = Pe-100 .8Pe =

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1. Given the following information, what is the price to the consumer? Manufacturer’s Pb = \$100 Manufacturer’s MU% on Pe = 20% Wholesaler’s MU% on Pe = 30% Retailer’s MU% on Pe = 50% 2. Given the same information as in #1, what is the price to the consumer if all MU%s are based on the beginning price?
3. Given the following information, what is

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Unformatted text preview: the retailer’s mark-up % on Pe? Manufacturer’s Pb = \$200 Manufacturer’s MU% on Pe = 20% Wholesaler’s MU% on Pe = 20% Price to consumer = \$600 .2 = Pe-200 .2Pe = Pe-200 .8Pe = 200 Pe = 250 Pe 4. If a salvaging company charges you \$1,000 to take away old shingles from your roof, then sells the shingles to an asphalt company for \$500, what is the salvaging company’s mark up % on Pe? If you are paid to take merchandise, then sell it for a positive value, then the MU% on ending price can be > 100%. This is the only scenario in which MU% Pe can...
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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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