Original price: $50; Markdown: 22%, what is the Retail price? Algebra Linear Equations Percent Equations 1 Answer Antonio · Stefan V. May 20, 2018 #$39#. Explanation: #10 %# would be equal to #1/10 * $50 = $5# therefore, #20%# would be equal to #$10#. #1%# equals #$0.5#, therefore #2%# would equal #$1#. This means that #22%# would equal #$11#, so #$50-$11= $39# Answer link Related questions Jimmy made a #"75%# on a test worth #46# points. How many points did he get correct? How do you use proportions to solve percent equations? How do you translate percent problems into an equation? What number is 32% of 600? What number is #3/4#% of 16? 8 is 20% of what number? 99 is 180% of what number? What percent of 7.2 is 45? What percent of 150 is 5? What is 2% of 92? See all questions in Percent Equations Impact of this question 6035 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License