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The single equivalent discount rate of the trade discount 5/4/1 is
re there 3 successive discounts 5%, 4% and 1% ? if 3 successive discount, a, b and c then net discount = a + b + c – (ab/100 + bc/100 + ca/100 – abc/10000) = 5 + 4 +1 – (20/100 + 4/100 + 5/100 – 20/10000) = 9.712 % = 0.09712
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