# Cost of 10 chocolate is equal to the selling price of 20 chocolate find the loss percentage.

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Let cp of 10 choc = sp of 20 choc = x

so, cp of 1 choc = x/10

sp of 1 choc = x/20

loss = cp - sp

= x/10 - x/20 = x/20

loss % = (loss/cp) * 100

= ((x/20) / (x/10)) * 100

( when u solve this, u will get )

loss % = 50 %

so, cp of 1 choc = x/10

sp of 1 choc = x/20

loss = cp - sp

= x/10 - x/20 = x/20

loss % = (loss/cp) * 100

= ((x/20) / (x/10)) * 100

( when u solve this, u will get )

loss % = 50 %