Answer :

Avinash bought an electric iron = ₹900


He sold it, at 10% profit.


So, selling price of the electric iron =


= 90 + 900 = ₹990


He also solde another electric iron at 5% loss.


Cost price of another electric iron = ₹1200


So, selling price of the electric iron = 1200 - × 1200


= 1200 – 60 = ₹1140


Total amount paid by Avinash for purchasing electric irons


= ₹900 + ₹1200 = ₹2100


Total amount received = ₹990 + 1140 = ₹2130


So, his profit = ₹2130 – ₹2100 = ₹30 in transaction.


Hence, option (c) is correct.

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