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the difference between the two selling prices of a shirt at profits of 4% and 5% is rs, 6.find the c.p. of the shirt and 2 s.p. of the shirts?

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1.05cp - 1.04cp = 6
.01cp = 6
cp = 600
sp @ 5% = 630
sp @ 4% = 624

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