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This pricing program is very useful feature to have for a Financial Calculator.

Profit on Pricing is based on Cost, Price, Markup and Margin.

Program provides interchangeable solutions for the Pricing's relations.
Specifically, one may solve for:

1. Cost Markup --> Price Margin
2. Cost Margin --> Price Markup
3. Price Markup --> Cost Margin
4. Price Margin --> Cost Markup
5. Cost Price --> Markup Margin
6. Markup --> Margin
7. Margin --> Markup

By input two known variables program will attempt to find
the remaining two unknown variables.

With this program all four variables are assign to TVM button
located at the top left of calculator shown as

[n] [i] [PV] [PMT]

[n] is for Cost
[i] is for Price
[PV] is for Markup
[PMT] is for Margin

press [RCL] follow by [n] [i] [PV] [PMT]

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Procedure: FIX 2

Data Input: input 0 for the two unknown variables

Cost [ENTER] Price [ENTER] Markup [ENTER] Margin [R/S] display 0.00

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Example:

Known: Cost = 8 and Margin = 20

8 [ENTER] 0 [ENTER] 0 [ENTER] 20 [R/S] display 0

RCL [i] display 10.00 // answer Price
RCL [PV] display 25.00 // answer Markup
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Known: Price = 10 and Markup = 25

0 [ENTER] 10 [ENTER] 25 [ENTER] 0 [R/S] display 0

RCL [n] display 8 // answer Cost
RCL [PMT] display 20 // answer Margin
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Known: Cost = 8 and Price = 10

8 [ENTER] 10 [ENTER] 0 [ENTER] 0 [R/S] display 0

RCL [PV] display 25 // Markup
RCL [PMT] display 20 // Margin
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Program: [attachment=7337]

Flowchart: [attachment=7354]

Demonstration Clip: https://youtu.be/4n4PA-PgyYs

Gamo
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