# What is 50% off 40 Pounds

**£40**, when discounted

**50**percent, will cost

**£20**

The easiest way of calculating discount is, in this case, to multiply the normal price £40 by 50 then divide it by one hundred. So, the **discount** is equal to £20. To calculate the **sales price**, simply deduct the discount of $20 from the original price £40 then get £20 as the sales price.

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## How to Calculate Discounts - Step-by-Step Solution

To calculate percent off use the following equations:

Here are the solutions to the questions stated above:

### 1) What is 50 percent (%) off £40?

Using the formula one and replacing the given values:

Amount Saved = Original Price x Discount % / 100. So,

Amount Saved = 40 x 50 / 100

Amount Saved = 2000 / 100

Amount Saved = $20 (answer)

In other words, a 50% discount for an item with original price of £40 is equal to £20 (Amount Saved).

Note that to find the amount saved, just multiply it by the percentage and divide by 100.

Supose Have you received a ROBLOX promotional code of 50 percent of discount. If the price is £40 what is the sales price:

### 2) How much to pay for an item of £40 when discounted 50 percent (%)? What is item's sale price?

Using the formula two and replacing the given values:

Sale Price = Original Price - Amount Saved. So,

Sale Price = 40 - 20

Sale Price = £20 (answer)

This means, the cost of the item to you is £20.

You will pay £20 for an item with original price of £40 when discounted 50%. In other words, if you buy an item at £40 with 50% discounts, you pay £40 - 20 = £20

Supose Have you received a amazon promo code of 20. If the price is £40 what was the amount saved in percent:

### 3) 20 is what percent off £40?

Using the formula two and replacing the given values:

Amount Saved = Original Price x Discount % /100. So,

20 = 40 x Discount % / 100

20 / 40 = Discount % /100

100 x 20 / 40 = Discount %

2000 / 40 = Discount %, or

Discount % = 50 (answer)

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