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The cost price of 400 lemons is equal to the selling price of 320 lemons. Then the profit percent is

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    cost per lemon = 1/400 = .0025
    revenue per lemon = 1/320 = .003125
    profit per lemon =
    100(.003125-.0025)/.0025
    =25%

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