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# Achal bought a second-hand car for Rs 2,25,000 and spend Rs 25,000 for repairing. If he sold it for Rs 3,25,000, what is his profit per cent?

Given, the cost price of a second hand car = Rs. 2,25,000

The amount Alchal spends for reparing = Rs. 25,000

We need to find out the profit percentage.

So, actual cost of a car = 225000 + 25000

= 250000

The amount for which she sold the car = 325000

Now, we know that Profit = CostPrice-SellingPrice

profit = 325000-250000

= Rs. 75000

We know that

Profit Percentage =

=

= 30 %

Hence, the profit percentage is 30%

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