Mathematics
I can buy a banana from Morrisons for around 16p.How is that possible Present the maths involved in

Question Description

Your task is to present the maths which shows how Morrisons can get bananas onto their shelves to sell at around 16p each and still make a profit.You will need to consider different stages,and present the maths in an easy to follow way.

Final Answer

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

if Morrisons buy the bananas at 10p each.

they sell at 16p each

profit=16-10=6p....thus they will make profit 6/10*100=60%

Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.

Benson K (358)
New York University

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Anonymous
Thanks as always for the good work!

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Excellent job

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