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# Maths

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Zihad can purchase 5 more apples with 75\$ because of reduction in price by 20%. Calculate the current price of one dozen apples

A.36
B.24
C.32
D.18
E.45

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22 Aug 2017, 03:59
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Zihad can purchase 5 more apples with 75\$ because of reduction in price by 20%. Calculate the current price of one dozen apples

A.36
B.24
C.32
D.18
E.45

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