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If the labour cost 20% of the cost of production and raw material cost 10% of the cost of production and the price on which article is sold is 20% above the cost of production. If the price of labour

If Cost Price is 850 and profit is 10%, then sales price should be

The sale price of an article including the sales tax is Rs. 616. The rate of sales tax is 10%. If the shopkeeper has made a profit of 12%, then the cost price of the article is

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Ram sold a card and makes 20% profit out of it, how much profit he actually earned ?

1. Difference between cost price o

Ram sold a card and makes 20% profit out of it, how much profit he actually earned ?

1. Difference between cost price o

Cost of 3 cricket balls = cost of 2 pairs of leg pads. Cost of 3 pairs of leg pads = cost of 2 pairs of gloves Cost of 3 pairs of gloves = cost of 2 cricket bats If a cricket bat costs Rs 54, what i

Cost of 3 cricket balls = cost of 2 pairs of leg pads.Cost of 3 pairs of leg pads = cost of 2 pairs of gloves.Cost of 3 pairs of gloves = cost of 2 cricket bats.If a cricket bat costs Rs 54, what is t

A trader buys a certain amount of goods worth Rs.22520. He decides to make a profit of 5.36% on the sale of goods worth Rs.5000 and increase the proit percent by 3.14% for sales upto 215000 and then i

For an article profit is 170% of the cost price.If the cost price increases by 20% but but the selling price remains the same then what will new % of profit

If Selling price is Selling Price, cost price is Cost Price, then profit is earned when,

By selling a product with 20% profit, how much profit was earned I. The difference between cost and selling price is Rs. 40 II. The selling price is 120 percent of the cost price