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# If a club made a gross profit of $0.25 for each candy bar it  post reply Question banks Downloads My Bookmarks Reviews Important topics Author Message Manager Joined: 30 Mar 2007 Posts: 179 If a club made a gross profit of$0.25 for each candy bar it [#permalink]

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If a club made a gross profit of $0.25 for each candy bar it sold, how many candy bars did the club sell? (1) the total revenue from the sale of the candy bar was$300
(2) if the club had sold 80 more candy bars, its gross profits would have increased by 20%
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23 May 2007, 13:26
Jamesk486 wrote:
If a club made a gross profit of $0.25 for each candy bar it sold, how many candy bars did the club sell? (1) the total revenue from the sale of the candy bar was$300

(2) if the club had sold 80 more candy bars, its gross profits would have increased by 20%

1. nsf
2. profit from 80 more candies = 80 x 0.25 = 20 which is 20% more form the actual profit.

so the actual profit = 100.
no of candies = 100/.25 = 400

So B.
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