# C Program to calculate discount for purchase above 5000

Get price and quantity of a product, calculate bill amount and calculate 10% discount for the bill amount 5000 and above.

Sample Input 1:

10 400

Sample Output 1:

4000

Sample Input 2:

10 500

Sample Output 2:

4500

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#### Program or Solution

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#include <stdio.h>
int main(void)
{
double quantity,price,amount,discount;
printf("Enter Quantity and Price:");
scanf("%lf %lf",&quantity, &price);
amount=quantity*price;
if(amount>5000)
{
discount=amount*0.05;
amount=amount-discount;
}
printf("%lf",amount);
return 0;
}

#### Program Explanation

Get two inputs quantity and price from user using **scanf** statement

Calculate amount by using the expression **amount = quantity * price**

Check whether amount is greater than 5000 using **if** statement.

if amount is greater than 5000 then calculate discount and amount using the expressions **discount = amount * 0.05** and **amount = amount - discount**.

print amount using **printf** statement.

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