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The cost price of a Jean is Rs. 200 and marked price is 50% more than the cost price. But the shopkeeper sold it at 25 % discount.
Find the marked price.
Find the discounted price.

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  1. the marked price is 200(1.50)
    The discounted price is thus (200)(1.50)(1-0.25)

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  2. The cost price of a Jean is Rs. 200 and marked price is 50% more than the cost price. But the shopkeeper sold it at 25 % discount.
    Find the marked price.
    Find the discounted price.

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  3. 100 300

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  4. Mp =1/2 of 200 (1/2 = 50/100 - simplification )
    1/2 of 200 = 100
    * mp=100+200=300//

    Sp= mp(100- Discount)
    =300(100-25)/100
    =225

    Discount price =mp-sp
    =300-225
    =75

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