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The marked price of a shirt is Rs.1500. A shopkeeper offers 15% discount and again offers 20% discount on new price...

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The marked price of a shirt is Rs.1500. A shopkeeper offers 15% discount on this shirt and then again offers 20% discount on the new price, and then and then again offers 25% discount on the new price . How much will you have to pay, finally?

posted Jun 20, 2017 by anonymous

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The amount you will pay = 1500 * 85/100 * 80/100 * 75/100 = 765 /-

answer Jun 21, 2017 by Cricket Freak
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1500 * 0.85 * 0.80 * 0.75 = Rs. 765

answer Jun 20, 2017 by Jcm
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765 rs to pay

answer Oct 14, 2017 by Richa Newatia



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