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```A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it.
How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??```
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Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 1
25
 Is This Answer Correct ? 16 Yes 5 No

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 2
25

 Is This Answer Correct ? 9 Yes 4 No
Rajendra

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 3
24 apples.

Number of apples for 20% profit= Total number of apples-20%
of total apples=30-(20/100*30)=30-6=24.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 16 Yes 5 No
Yogesh Agarwal

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 4
24.(logical xpln)
assume 100 rs & 30 apples.i.e 3.33/ apple.
for 20 % profit i.e 20 rs, each apple 2 b sold at 4 rs.
but he has to sell it in rs 100 therefore no of apples shud
b reduced.
to earn 20 rs =3.33*(6) approx.
therefore 6 less apples thus 24 apples.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 5 Yes 5 No
Pricky

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 5
25
explanation:
let s.p of 'x' apples=100p
20%profit
also,SP = 1.20 OF CP
THEREFORE,CP of 'x' apples = 100/1.20=83.3333p
COST OF 1 APPLE=3.33p(30 apples in 100p)
no. of apples bought in 83.33p=(83.33/3.33)=25

 Is This Answer Correct ? 4 Yes 3 No
Geetika Bhatia

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 6
=30*20/100
=6
24 apple * 1 = 24
06 apple * 2 = 12
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= 36
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Amount(capital) = 30
profit 20% = 06

He should sell in 1 Rs = 24 apples

 Is This Answer Correct ? 4 Yes 4 No
Nagalakshmi

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 7
25 Apples.

Explanation :
he got 30 Apples for Rs 1 or 100 paisa.
Profit is 25% on CP, so SP is 120 paisa.

so now, he will sell 30 Apples for 120 Paisa means SP of 1
Apple is 120/30 = 4 paisa.

But he has to sell foe only 100 paisa, hence he has to sell
100/4= 25 Apples.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 6 Yes 3 No
Manisha

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 8
30 apples = 100paise
he want 20% profit from 100 paise
20% profit in 100 paise is 20 paise
so now he planned to sell 30 apples for 100+20=120 paise
now the rate of 1 apple =120/30=4paise
for 100 paise =100/4=25.

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Ramkumar

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 9
23apples
 Is This Answer Correct ? 0 Yes 6 No
Siva

Re: A man got 30 aples in 1 Rs.Now he want 20% of profit on it. How many apples He should Sell in 1 Rs.??
# 10
24 apples
 Is This Answer Correct ? 1 Yes 3 No
Rohit Magotra

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