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## 5. Mr. Robson bought bags of orange for =N=2,500 each. He sold them for=N=90,000 at a loss of How many bags of orange did he buy?<

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5.

Mr. Robson bought bags of orange for =N=2,500 each. He sold them for=N=90,000 at a loss of

How many bags of orange did he buy?

20%

(A) 60

(B)

80

(C) 50

(DY 45

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Answer:45Step-by-step explanation:Let us assume the Bags of oranges be x

Now the cost price is 2500x

Sale price N = 90,000

Loss =20%

As we know that

Cost price= selling price × 100/ 100-percentage loss

= 90,000 × 100/ 100- 20

= 90,000 × 100 /80

Cost price= 112,500

Now

The Number of bags of oranges is

= 112,500 ÷ 2500

=

45