## Quant Question Of The Day: 223

**A man purchases 2 equal lots of apples. In first lot he at the rate of 7 for 1 Rs. and in second 5 for 1Rs. He then sold them at 40 for 12. Find his profit or loss percentage.**

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**A man purchases 2 equal lots of apples. In first lot he at the rate of 7 for 1 Rs. and in second 5 for 1Rs. He then sold them at 40 for 12. Find his profit or loss percentage.**

**Solution**

**Equal lot**

**let’s say he bought 35 in each lot. **

**in first lot 35 for 5 Rs. **

**and in second lot 35 for 7 Rs. **

**so total 70 for 12 Rs.**

**he then sold 40 for 12 Rs.**

**Hence his profit is 30 apples over 40 apples**

**= 30/40*100 = 75%**

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