2 years ago in Profit & Loss

# A man purchased some fruits for Rs. 1000. He sold fruits worth 400 at 10% profit. At what profit per cent, must he sell the rest in order to gain 20% on the whole?

[A] 26(2/3)%
[B] 25%
[C] 30%
[D] 33(1/3)%

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