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If apples are purchased at the rate of 15 for a rupee each and sold at 12 a rupee, what is gain %? Please Solve with Steps Step-by-Step.

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Tsetan Punchok

gain of 3 apples so profit percent=difference / C. P.

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prasanth reddy

20

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suraj pandey

28 persent

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Bhupinder kumar

25%

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Rubbi

Thanks Monu Kumar

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Rubbi , 2 years ago

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Rubbi

Thanks a lot Sir

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Rubbi , 2 years ago

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Rubbi

Thanks Kishan Ramani

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Monu Kumar

25

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Kishan Ramani

20%

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Kishan Ramani, 2 years ago

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Mrityunjay Kumar Dwivedi

Profit % = 1/60 x 100 / 1/15 = 25%

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Mrityunjay Kumar Dwivedi

Profit= 1/12 - 1/15= 3/180=1/60 profit%= 1/60 x 100

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Mrityunjay Kumar Dwivedi

Selling price of 12 item is one rupee then selling price of one item is 1/12

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Mrityunjay Kumar Dwivedi

Cost of 15 is one rupee then the cost of 1 item is 1/15

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