# The profit after selling a pair of trousers for Rs 863 is same as loss incurred after selling the same pair of trousers for Rs 631. What is the cost price of the trousers? 1. Rs7472. Rs 800 3. Rs 763 4. Cannot be determined

The profit after selling a pair of trousers for Rs 863 is same as loss incurred after  selling the same pair of trousers for Rs 631. What is the cost price of the trousers? 1. Rs7472. Rs 800
3. Rs 763
4. Cannot be determined

1. Rs7472

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