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A shopkeeper buys a set of 10 pens in 95 rs and sell them @ 10 rs per pen. What is the percentage profit of shopkeeper?

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A shopkeeper buys a pen set of 10 pens in 95 rupees and sell them at a rate of 10 rupee per pen. If every set contains an additional pen of same quality then what is the percentage profit obtained by the shopkeeper?

posted Oct 2, 2015 by anonymous

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Profit %=((110-95)/95)*100

answer Oct 2, 2015 by M.lokeswari
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15.78947368 % profit by the shopkeeper.

answer Oct 2, 2015 by Cedric Grigory
What is the logic???
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5.26 percent

answer Oct 3, 2015 by Forrest Dale
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Total pens=11 @ Rs.95, each costs 8.64
Selling price=10
Profit percentage=(profit*100/cost)=15.74

answer Oct 16, 2015 by Naga Jyothi
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Total no.of pen =10+1=11
cost prize=95
selling prize=11*10=110
profit=15 Rs
Profit%=(profit/cost prize)*100

answer Jan 31, 2016 by Anand Kumar Gupta

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