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Upon conducting a survey, Rasna Lassi has learnt buyers would prefer Rasna Lassi if it increased the sugar content by 58%. Currently one CAN is being sold for Rs.35 with Rs.2.2 profit on each CAN. The additional sugar content will increase production cost by Rs. 1.6 per CAN. Last month Rasna Lassi sold 3000000 CANS. Assuming the price of the product remains same, if Rasna Lassi increases the sugar content by 58%, how many additional CANS will they have to sell to have same profit.

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Upon conducting a survey, Rasna Lassi has learnt buyers would prefer Rasna Lassi if it increased the sugar content by 58%. Currently one CAN is being sold for Rs.35 with Rs.2.2 profit on each CAN. The additional sugar content will increase production cost by Rs. 1.6 per CAN. Last month Rasna Lassi sold 3000000 CANS. Assuming the price of the product remains same, if Rasna Lassi increases the sugar content by 58%, how many additional CANS will they have to sell to have same profit.


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