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Proportional Relationships

the reduction in price markdown
increase in price markup
an equation that describes the relationship between the part, whole, and percent. percent equation
a fixed percent of an original amount of money called the principal simple interest
an amount of money a salesperson earns after selling a product commission
a percent of the selling price of a good or service that is added to the price sales tax
a percent of a person's or company's earnings that is collected by the government income tax
occurs when the new amount is greater than the original amount percent increase
occurs when the new amount is less than the original amount percent decrease
an increase in value appreciation
a decrease in value depreciation
a ratio that compares two measures scale
when you multiply a measure by a scale to produce a reduced or enlarged measure scale factor
sides that have the same relative positions in geometric figures. corresponding sides
a representation of a real object or place that is in proportion to the real object or place it represents scale drawing
figures that are proportional in size, or that have proportional dimensions similar figures
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