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If a shopkeeper purchases cashew-nuts at s. 700 per kg, and sells it at Rs 45 per 50 gms, then he will have how.........

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If a shopkeeper purchases cashew-nuts at s. 700 per kg, and sells it at Rs 45 per 50 gms, then he will have how much profit or loss percentage?

posted Feb 20, 2019 by Ankur Athari

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28.57% profit


Selling price per kg --> Rs 45*1000/50= Rs 900
In this case profit is Rs 900- Rs 700= Rs 200 per Rs 700
(200/700)*100%= 28.57%

answer Feb 20, 2019 by Hanifa Mammadov



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