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# A person buys electronic goods worth ₹ 10,000 for which the sales tax is 4% and other material worth ₹ 15,000 for which the sales tax is 6%. He manufactures a gadget using all these and sells it at 15% profit. What is his selling price?

Answer :

Price of electronic goods = 10,000

Tax = 4%

Tax amount =

= 400

Net amount of = Price of goods + tax amount

electronic goods

= 10000+400

= 10400

Price of other materials = 15,000

Tax = 6%

Tax amount =

= 900

Net amount of = Price of goods + tax amount

Other materials

= 15000+900

= 15900

Net amount for input = 10400+15900

material of gadget

= 26300

Profit %

∴ SP = CP + profit

= 26300+3945

= Rs30245

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