If the marked price of a T-shirt which Ravi wants to purchase is Rs. 500 and markup percentage is 12.5%. What is the cost price of the T-shirt?

Rs. 444.44

Let the cost be x, then markup price is x + 12.5% which is 1.125x = 500 x = 500/1.125 x = 444.44

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