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A shopkeeper list a product at 25% above the cost price. If he offers two successive discounts of 16% and 8%...........

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A shopkeeper list a product at 25% above the cost price.
If he offers two successive discounts of 16% and 8%, he looses Rs. 51 in this transaction.
When he sells the same product at a straight discount of 24%, what is his lose or gain?

posted Aug 30, 2022 by Vishal

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