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Rahul got 12 and 1/4 dozen t-shirts in 12% discount to printed price and he sold two third of these t-shirts in 19% of profit to printed price , then he sold other t-shirts in printed price. If his overall profit is 3626 rupee then what is the printed price of the t-shirt ?

printed Price of Tshirt is 100 Rs.

No of shirts =12&1/4dozen=147nos Let's printed price =x rupees C. P. =147(x-12%x)=147x-17.64x S.P.1=(2/3)147*(x+19%x)=98x+18.62x S.P.2=(1/3)147*x=49x Profit =P=3626 rupees C.P +P =(SP.1)+(S.P.2) [147x-17.64x]+3626=[98x +18.62x] +[49x] 3626=36.26x x=100 Ans: printed price of T-shirt is Rs100

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