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If the revenue from the sale of apples was equal to the revenue from t

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If the revenue from the sale of apples was equal to the revenue from the sale of miscellaneous items, what percent of the revenue from the sale of fruit and vegetables was accounted for by apples?

(A) 60%
(B) 15%
(C) 12%
(D) 6%
(E) 3%

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Revenue of apples = Misc Revenue = 3%

Revenue of apples to revenue of fruits and vegetables = 100*3/20 = 15%

IMO Option B

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Misc=Apples=3%
Fruits and Vegetables=20%

So,3/20x100=15%
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New post 08 Jun 2019, 06:59
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Revenue of apples = Misc Revenue = 3%

Revenue of apples to revenue of fruits and vegetables = 100*3/20 = 15%

IMO Option B

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can you explain the answer ?
as to why we don't really need to calculate, the total (4000)
I am unable to understand the equation, even though, I have calculated the answer, with estimation
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Re: If the revenue from the sale of apples was equal to the revenue from t   [#permalink] 08 Jun 2019, 06:59
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