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An item has a printed price of Rs. 5060 which includes the shopkeeper's profit of 15%. What is the cost price of the shopkeeper?


Rs. 4400.


Rs. 4410.


Rs. 4395.


Rs. 4405.

Ans: a

If the sale price is (100 + 15), i.e. Rs. 115, then cost is Rs. 100. So if the sale is Rs. 5060, the cost = $100/115$ × 5060 = Rs. 4400.

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