# The profit 2

Jo buys 120 bunches of daffodils for a total of £80 and 80 bunches of tulips for a total of £50. Jo then sells the flowers in a market. In the morning, Jo sells 75 bunches of daffodils for 80p a bunch and 50 bunches of tulips for 90p a bunch. In the afternoon, Jo sells all the bunches of flowers she has left for 20p a bunch. Does Jo make a profit?

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