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## A shopkeeper marks the price of an article 30% above its cost price and gives a customer discount of 15%. A customer bought that

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A shopkeeper marks the price of an article

30% above its cost price and gives a customer discount of

15%. A customer bought that article including 13% VAT at

Rs. 1872.975. Find the marked price of the article and the

gain of shopkeeper

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Answer:The gain percent made by shopkeeper is 10.5%.Step-by-step explanation:Given:

Price at which goods are marked = 30%

Discount on the marked price = 15%

To Find:

Gain percentage of the shopkeeper

Solution:

Let the cost price of the product be = 100

Therefore,

MP = 30 + 100 = 130

Since discount is 15%. thus –

Discount = 15/100 x 130

= 19.5

Selling price = MP – Discount

SP = 130 – 19.5

= 110.5

Profit = SP – CP

= 110.5 – 100

= 10.5

Calculating the gain%

Gain% = 10.5/100 x 100

= 10.5

Answer: The gain percent made by shopkeeper is 10.5%.