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The price for a leather bag went up by 10%. If the old price used to be 150 pesos, what is its current price?

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Given: Php 150 = old price

10% up = current price

Asked: If the old price used to be 150 pesos, what is its current price?

Find: Current price

Solution: 150 + its 10%

150 + 10% of 150

150 + (0.10 x 150)

150 + 15

165

Answer: The current price of the leather bag is Php 165.

10% up = current price

Asked: If the old price used to be 150 pesos, what is its current price?

Find: Current price

Solution: 150 + its 10%

150 + 10% of 150

150 + (0.10 x 150)

150 + 15

165

Answer: The current price of the leather bag is Php 165.

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Given:

Old price of the leather bag = P 150

Increase of the price in percentage = 10%

Find: Current Price or the Final Price of the leather bag

Solution:

Since it says, "went up" so we add the percentage.

To solve this:

Step 1: We add 10% to 100%.

Step 2: Change the sum of Step 1 in decimal form.

(To change to decimal form, divide by 100, then change the percent symbol to decimal point.)

Step 3: Multiply the value obtained in Step 2 by the old price.

Step 1: 100% + 10% = 110%

Step 2: 110% ÷ 100 = 1.1

Step 3: 1.1 x P 150

P 165

Answer:

The current price of the leather bag is** P 165**.

Old price of the leather bag = P 150

Increase of the price in percentage = 10%

Find: Current Price or the Final Price of the leather bag

Solution:

Since it says, "went up" so we add the percentage.

To solve this:

Step 1: We add 10% to 100%.

Step 2: Change the sum of Step 1 in decimal form.

(To change to decimal form, divide by 100, then change the percent symbol to decimal point.)

Step 3: Multiply the value obtained in Step 2 by the old price.

Step 1: 100% + 10% = 110%

Step 2: 110% ÷ 100 = 1.1

Step 3: 1.1 x P 150

P 165

Answer:

The current price of the leather bag is