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Profit Loss & Discount || 26.03.2021
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After offering a discount of 20% on an article, a trader earned a profit of 20%. If the cost price is Rs.300, then what will be the selling price of the article after offering a discount of 25%?
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Naresh RawalMember since Jul 2020Assistant Section Officer, Central Secretariat (AIR 203) - SSC CGL 2018 #Alumnus of IIT Dhanbad