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# With a 5% discount on the cost of sugar a buyer could purchase 2 kg more sugar for Rs. 608. Selling Price of Sugar is:

[A] Rs. 15.20
[B] Rs. 15
[C] Rs. 16.50
[D] Rs. 2

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