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# Test: Profit And Loss- 2

## 10 Questions MCQ Test IBPS PO Mains - Study Material, Online Tests, Previous Year | Test: Profit And Loss- 2

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### A man sells two houses at the rate of Rs.1.995 lakhs each. On one he gains 5% and on the other, he loses 5%. What is his gain or loss percent in the whole transaction?

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On selling 17 balls at Rs. 720, there is a loss equal to the cost price of 5 balls. What is the cost price of a ball?
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If a material is sold for Rs.34.80, there is a loss of 25%. Find out the cost price of the material?

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A shopkeeper sells one more radio for Rs. 840 at a gain of 20% and another for Rs. 960 at a loss of 4%. What is his total gain or loss percentage?

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John purchased a machine for Rs. 80,000. After spending Rs.5000 on repair and Rs.1000 on transport he sold it with 25% profit. What price did he sell the machine?

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A fruit seller sells apples at the rate of Rs.9 per kg and thereby loses 20%. At what price per kg, he should have sold them to make a profit of 5%?

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When an item is sold for Rs. 18,700, the owner loses 15%. At what price should that plot be sold to get a gain of 15%?

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100 oranges were brought at the rate of Rs. 350 and sold at the rate of Rs. 48 per dozen. What is the percentage of profit or loss?

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