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# If a merchant estimates his profits at 20% of the selling

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23 Aug 2004, 16:35
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If a merchant estimates his profits at 20% of the selling price, what is his real profit percent?
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23 Aug 2004, 17:07
let SP = 100
then, CP = 80

=> Actual profit = (20/80)*100 = 25%
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23 Aug 2004, 17:28
the guest was me....sorry i forget to login always..
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