# Cost Markup

Calculating cost markup is a breeze with our popular Formula Solver! Series. Use your own numbers and solve for either cost, markup rate, or price. It’s great for checking your homework answers, too! Continue reading

# Price Markup

Calculating price markup is a breeze with our popular Formula Solver! Series. Use your own numbers and solve for either cost, markup rate, or price. It’s great for checking your homework answers, too! Continue reading

# Pricing Perishables

Use this Formula Solver! Series program to learn how to calculate price for perishables to cover spoilage losses. Use your own numbers and solve for either old price, new price, or spoilage rate. It’s great for checking your homework answers, too! Continue reading

# Cost Markup: Bottomless Worksheet

Get endless practice right here finding cost, selling price, and markup rate! At the click of a button, this Bottomless Worksheet generates ten more problems for you to solve. Plus, a printed copy or answer sheet is only a click away. Continue reading

# Price Markup: Bottomless Worksheet

This Bottomless Worksheet is a way to get endless practice on finding selling price, cost, and markup rate. At the click of a button, it creates ten more problems for you to solve. A printed copy and answer sheet is also available. Continue reading

# Pricing Perishables: Bottomless Worksheet

With this Bottomless Worksheet you can enjoy endless practice working with old price, new price, and spoilage rate. Ten new problems at a time solve for these three variables, with a printed copy and/or answer sheet a click away. Continue reading

# Study Sheet of Markup and Markdown

Explore the basics of markup and markdown with this Smartacus Study Sheet. Use it to study definitions and formulas (including cost markup, price markup, calculating markdown, and pricing perishables). It also prints for easy reference. Continue reading

# Markup To A Retailer

Dear Professor Cram: Could you tell me what the standard markup for an apparel manufacturer to a retailer is and the formula used? Thanks! Karen B, Hotmail Thank you for your interest in College-Cram.com and thanks for your question. You Continue reading