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A shopkeeper earned a profit equal to cost price of 6 times while selling 36 items together. Each item is marked .......

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A shopkeeper earned a profit equal to cost price of 6 times while selling 36 items together.
Each item is marked at 20% above the cost price.
If discount given on each item is Rs. 40, then what is the cost price of each item?

posted Oct 14, 2022 by Karan Joglekar

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