3 years ago in Profit & Loss

# A traders sells two acrticles, one at a loss of 10% and another at a profit of 15% but finally there is no loss or gain. If the total sale price of these two articles is Rs. 30,000, find the difference between their cost prices:

[A] Rs. 5000
[B] Rs. 6000
[C] Rs. 7500
[D] Rs. 8500
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## Answers

Atishay Singhai - 1 year ago

Atishay Singhai is saying Rs. 6000 is correct answer

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