3 years ago in Profit & Loss

The cost price of a dozen mangoes is equal to the selling price of 10 mangoes. The selling price of apples per piece is the cost of a mango (per piece). If the profit % made on selling an apple is half that of selling a mango, then what is the cost (in Rs.)  of an apple if the selling price of one mango is Rs. X?


[A] x/6
[B] 5x/6
[C] 25x/33
[D] 33x/25
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Ranjeet kumar
Ranjeet kumar - 5 months ago

Ranjeet kumar is saying 5x/6 is correct answer

rahul yadav
rahul yadav - 5 months ago

rahul yadav is saying 25x/33 is correct answer

Bhavana Mahawar
Bhavana Mahawar - 5 months ago

Bhavana Mahawar is saying 25x/33 is correct answer

BHAGYASHREE KUMARI
BHAGYASHREE KUMARI - 6 months ago

BHAGYASHREE KUMARI from Bhubaneswar, India is saying 5x/6 is correct answer

avinash kumar
avinash kumar - 1 year ago

avinash kumar is saying 33x/25 is correct answer

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