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2.2 Markup & Discount

2.2 Markup & Discount
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  • Math Help

    A generic drug is a drug that is produced and distributed without patent protection. A generic must contain the same active ingredients as the original formulation. The original drug is given patent protection for several years before a generic drug can be sold in its place. It is far less expensive to develop a generic drug than to develop an original drug. For this reason, generic drugs are often sold at significantly discounted prices.

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  • Checkpoint Solution

    The simplest way to solve this problem is to use a spreadsheet.

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