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6332 posttestproject

1. 1. Percent Learning Module Post Test Project
2. 2. DirectionsThe post test includes 3 activities.Activity 1Compare discounted prices in real life situationsActivity 2Compare different tip options while dining outActivity 3Analyze unique percent situations
3. 3. DirectionsYou have two options to complete the activities1. Fill in the missing information to this PowerPoint, save the file. Then email or print it and turn in to the instructor.2. *Create your own multimedia presentation using PowerPoint, PhotoStory, or any approved application and including graphics and or narrationGrading will be based on a rubric. Each rubric is displayedafter the directions for each activity .*Extra Credit will be given to those who create a multimediaPowerPoint or photostory to express answers.
4. 4. Activity 11. Find an item (online or real life) that you want to purchase and its retail price.2. Find another similar item that is more expensive than the first that you would like to own.3. Assume you find a coupon for each item… 1. Item #1 is now on sale for 30% off and 2. Item #2 is on sale for 33% off.
5. 5. Activity 1, continued4. Calculate the total price for each itemincluding sales tax.5. Explain which is a better economical decisionand why?
6. 6. Activity 1 - Answer SheetItem 1 - ___________ Item 2 - ___________Original Price ________ Original Price ________Percent Discount _____ Percent Discount _____Amount Discount _____ Amount Discount _____Sales Tax Rate _______ Sales Tax Rate _______Sales Tax Amount _____ Sales Tax Amount _____ Total _______ Total _______
7. 7. Activity 1 - Answer Sheet5. Explain which is a better economicaldecision and why?