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If the manufacturer gives 20 % commission to the dealer on the printed price and if the dealer sells the item at the printed price, what is the percentage of his profit ? [ Calculator, Method and examples ]

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Your problem `->` If the manufacturer gives 20 % commission to the dealer on the printed price and if the dealer sells the item at the printed price, what is the percentage of his profit ?


Let the printed price be Rs `100`

manufacturer gives `20` % commission to the dealer on the printed price, i.e. commission is Rs `20`

`:.` dealer will pay Rs `( 100 - 20 )` = Rs `80` for the printed price Rs `100`

And now it sells it at printed price, so the sales price is Rs `100` and the cost price is Rs `80`

`:.` Profit `= "S.P." - "C.P." = 100 - 80 = 20`

C.P.Profit
80 20
100 ?

Profit = `20 × 100/80 = 25 %`

`:.` the profit is `25` %






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