A product costs a company Rs 120 to manufacture and it sold the product to a dealer for Rs 140, who is turn sold it to a shopkeeper for Rs 170, who sold to a customer for Rs 204. What is the percentage for the dealers and who made the highest profit on selling the product?

Company profit percentage = [(140-120)/120] × 100 = 16(2/3) % Then, dealer’s profit percentage = [(170-140)/140] × 100 = 21(3/7) % Then, Shopkeeper’s profit percentage = [(204-170)/170] × 100 = 20% Among the three, dealer get the highest profit percent.

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