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The sale turnover and profit during two period were as following Period 1=Sales Rs.20 Laks, and Profit Rs.2 Laks Period 2=Sales Rs.30 Laks, and Profit Rs.4.Laks Calculate P/V Ratio Sales required to earn profit of Rs.5 Laks and Profit when Sales are Rs.10 Laks
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