Q. 4 B5.0( 9 Votes )
Buying a book at Rs. 40 and selling it at Rs. 60, the profit percentage will be
Cost price of book= ₹40
Selling price of book = ₹60
Profit = × 100
Profit = × 100 = 50 %
The correct option is (a).
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