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# Fill in the blanks to make the statements true.

5% sales tax is charged on an article marked Rs 200 after allowing a discount of 5%, then the amount payable is _________.

Answer :

The marked price of the article = 1200

Discount = 5%

Selling price of the article = 200 - × 200

= 200 – 20

= ₹190

Selling price including 5% sales tax = 190 + × 190

= 190 + 9.5

= ₹199.5

Payable amount = ₹199.50.

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