In this tutorial the tutor shows how to work around with discounts. He shows how to find out the price of an item after discount is applied to it. He says that this is a regular situation faced by us when we visit shopping malls etc., Now he says that we need to multiply the original price with the discount percentage and divide it by hundred. This gives us the discount amount. Now he instructs us to subtract this discount amount from the original price to get the final discounted price. He further explains it with good examples. In this video the author explains simple method to get the price of items after applying discount to them.
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