Q. 104.3( 12 Votes )

# A retailer purchases goods worth ₹ 33,600 and gets a discount of 14% from a whole seller. For paying in cash, the whole seller gives an additional discount of 1.5% on the amount to be paid after the first discount. What is the net amount the retailer has to pay?

Answer :

Given: CP =₹ 33,600, First Discount = 14%, Second Discount =1.5%

MP (after first discount)=

SP (after additional discount)=

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