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veena purchased 5 dozen mangoes at a rate of 10.50 for each mango and sold all the mangoes for rs850.50.what is her profit % ?

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  1. cost: 5*12*10.50 = 630.00
    profit: 850.50-630.00 = 220.50
    %profit = 220.50/630.00 = 0.35 or 35%

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