satış fiyatının üzerinden %20 indirimle 64 TL ye satılan bir pantolonun satış fiyatı üzerinden %30 karla satılsaydı kaç liraya satılırdı

**Emir9** has shared a problem related to calculating the selling price of a pair of pants. The problem states that the pants were sold at a discount of 20% off the original selling price for 64 TL. The question asks what would have been the selling price if the pants were sold with a profit margin of 30% off the original selling price.

Let’s solve the problem step by step:

- We know that the pants were sold at a discount of 20% off the original selling price. This means the selling price was 80% of the original price. We can calculate the original selling price by dividing the given selling price by 0.8:

Original selling price = 64 TL / 0.8 = 80 TL

- The question asks for the selling price with a profit margin of 30% off the original selling price. To calculate this, we need to add the profit margin to the original selling price:

Selling price with 30% profit margin = Original selling price + (Original selling price * 0.3)

Selling price with 30% profit margin = 80 TL + (80 TL * 0.3) = 80 TL + 24 TL = 104 TL

Therefore, if the pants were sold with a profit margin of 30% off the original selling price, they would have been sold for 104 TL.