Maths question?

So, if I I’m saying to a customer 10% of a product is donated to a charity, however ‘work for good’ (a scheme that generates individual CPA agreements to enable me to donate as a small business) then takes 5% of the donation. 

Say product is £50, 10% is £5.00, then 5% of £5.00 that WFG take would then = 25p, meaning the customer has donated £4.75 by buying the product.

 But then what percentage is the customer donating to charity when purchasing the product? 

I feel like I know the answer but I’ve thought about it so much I now think it’s wrong 😂

Update:

Sorry I wrote this wrong,

10% is donated, using the WFG scheme, the customers aren’t being told 10% rightly so. 

But I want the actual percentage taken the 5% WFG have taken.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Its SINGLULAR you phucking moron. And move to homework help.

  • 2 months ago

    It's certainly not 10% and they shouldn't be told it is.   You can say a portion of every sale goes to the charity. 

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