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The cost price of 10 tables is equal to the sale price of 5 tables. The profit per cent in this transaction is______.
Let the cost price of 1 table be ₹1.
The cost price of 10 tables = Sale price of 5 tables profit
Sale price of 5 tables profit = cost price of 5 tables = ₹5.
Profit percentage =
The cost price of 10 tables is equal to the sale price of 5 tables. The profit per cent in this transaction is 100%.
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