# NIELIT 2019 Feb Scientist C - Section C: 15

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Tarun bought a T.V with $20\%$ discount on the labelled price. If he had bought it with $25\%$ discount, he would have saved $₹500$. At what price did he buy the T.V.?

1. $₹8,000$
2. $₹10,000$
3. $₹12,000$
4. $₹16,000$

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Difference = 500

5% = 500.

100% = (500 *100)/5 = 10000.

100% is the labeled price.

So, TV price = 10000 - 20% of 10000 = 80% of 10000  = 8000.
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