This is a question from Profit and Loss. Please help me to get the answer.
asked Aug 10, 2017 in Word Problem Answers by Grish Niraula

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The sales value is 40*60=Rs 2400. If the profit was Rs 600, then the cost to him is 2400-600=Rs 1800.

This is the cost of 40kg. Therefore the unit cost, purchase rate, is 1800/40=Rs 45/kg.

answered Aug 11, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (510,600 points)
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