The printed price of a cycle is Rs. 1250. A shopkeeper earns a profit of 25% after selling it at 20% discount on the printed price. If he sells it at a price which is Rs. 170 less than the printed price, what is his percentage profit?

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Your question has a confusion....???
It tells the shopkeep sells at 20% discount. But 20% of 1250 is 250 not 170
Plz recheck your question and post again.........
read the questions carefully... the 170 is mentioned by if condition
i got answer bro ans is 35%

Answers

2016-03-08T10:25:00+05:30
Formula related to this:
Selling price = Marked Price(printed price) - Discount
discount% = Actual discount 
                     ---------------------- x 100
                             M.P
 20   =  (Actual discount/1250) X 100
so, actual discount = (20*1250)/100
                                 = 250
so, selling price = 1250 - 250 = 1000,  profit % = 25
  cp = ( 100/100+profit%)x sp
       = 100/125 x 1000
       = 800
If he sells 170 less than m.p 
ie sp = 1250 - 170 = 1080
    cp = 800 
   profit = 1080-800 = 280
  so profit% = (profit/cp) x 100
                     = (280 / 800) x100
                     = 35%

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