2 years ago in Profit & Loss

# David sells his Laptop to Goliath at a loss of 20% who subsequently sells it to Hercules at a Profit of 25%. Hercules, after finding some defect in the laptop, returns it to Goliath but could recover only Rs. 4.50 for every Rs. 5 he had paid. Find the amount at Hercules' loss if David had paid Rs. 1.75 lakh for the laptop.

[A] 3500
[B] 2500
[C] 17,500
[D] 20,000
[E] None of these

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Rishi sharma - 1 year ago

Rishi sharma from New Delhi, India is saying 20,000 is correct answer

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