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# A man sells 2 cows for Rs. 4,000 each, neither gaining nor losing in the deal. If he sold one cow at a gain of 25%, then the other cow is sold at a loss of :16.66%18.22%25%30%

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18.22%
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16.66%
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30%
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25%
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#### GivenTotal C.P = Total S.P Total S.P = Total C.PC.P of the first cow=100×S.P100+profit=100×4000100+25=3200C.P of other cow = total C.P - C.P of first cow =8000−3200=4800Loss = C.P-S.P =4800−4000=800Loss %=8004800×100=16.66 %

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