Answer :

**(a)** Given the unit sale prices of x, y and z as Rs. 2.50, Rs. 1.50 and Rs. 1.00 respectively.

Unit sale prices can be represented in form of matrix as:

Calculating total revenue in market I:

Number of products in the form of matrix:

So the total revenue is given by:

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∴ Total revenue in market is **Rs 46000.**

Calculating total revenue in market II:

Number of products in the form of matrix:

So the total revenue is given by:

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∴ Total revenue in market is **Rs. 53000.**

**(b)** Given the unit cost prices of x, y and z as Rs. 2.00, Rs. 1.00 and 50 paisa respectively.

Calculating gross profit in market I:

Unit cost prices can be represented in form of matrix as:

So the total cost of products in market I is given by:

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Since the total revenue in market **I** is Rs. 46000, the gross profit in this market is given by:

(Rs. 46000 – Rs. 31000)

= **Rs. 15000**.

Calculating gross profit in market II:

The total cost of products in market II is given by:

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Since the total revenue in market **II** is Rs. 53000, the gross profit in this market is given by:

(Rs. 53000 – Rs. 36000)

= **Rs. 17000**.

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