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QUESTION: 1

Vinod incurred a loss of 45 per cent on selling an article for Rs. 3740. What was the cost price of the article.

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QUESTION: 2

Meera incurred a loss of 40 per cent on selling an article for Rs. 5700/-. What was the cost of the article.

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QUESTION: 3

The marked price of a book is Rs. 160 and it is sold for Rs. 136. What was the rate of discount.

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QUESTION: 4

A man buys an article for Rs. 300 and sells it for Rs. 900. Find his gain per cent

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QUESTION: 5

A man buys a toy for Rs. 50 and sells it for Rs. 80. What is his gain per cent.

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QUESTION: 6

A man buys a bicycle for Rs. 450 and sells it for Rs. 300. Find his loss per cent.

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QUESTION: 7

A shopkeeper marks a saree 20% above the cost price and allows a discount to the purchases of 10%. What profit percent does he make.

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QUESTION: 8

By selling an article for Rs. 480 a person lost 20%. For how much should he sell it to make a profit of 20%.

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QUESTION: 9

The selling price of 5 article is the same as the cost price of 3 article. The gain or loss per cent is

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QUESTION: 10

A book seller bought 200 text book for Rs. 12000. He wanted to sell them at a profit so that he is left with 20 books as free. At what profit percent he sold them?

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According to question,

CP of 200 book = 12000

CP of 1 book = 12000 / 200

= Rs. 60

To get 20 books free

Profit = 20*60 = 1200

i.e. 10% of Rs. 12000

â‡’10% gain

QUESTION: 11

A merchant finds that the CP of 2750 coconuts to be the same as the selling price of 2500 coconuts. Find the percent gain or loss.

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QUESTION: 12

A fair price shopkeeper taken 10% profit on his goods. He lost 20% goods during theft. His loss per cent is

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QUESTION: 13

A man sold 18 cots for Rs. 16800, gaining there by the cost price of 3 cots. Find the cost price of a cot.

Solution:
Man sold 18 cots at 16800 and gained cost of 3 cots.

So we can assume total 21 cots. (18+3gained)

Price of 1cot =16800/21= 800rs

So we can assume total 21 cots. (18+3gained)

Price of 1cot =16800/21= 800rs

QUESTION: 14

Raghu purchased a scooter at 13/15^{th} of its selling price and sold it for 12% more than the selling price. His gain is

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CP=13 /15 SP

CP/SP =13/15

12%increase in SP =

15+15x12/100= 16.8

Profit =16.8 - 13 =3.8

Profit% = 3.8x100/13 = 29. 3/13 %

CP/SP =13/15

12%increase in SP =

15+15x12/100= 16.8

Profit =16.8 - 13 =3.8

Profit% = 3.8x100/13 = 29. 3/13 %

QUESTION: 15

The marked price of a pen is Rs. 60. After allowing a discount of 10% the merchant makes a profit of 20% what is the cost price of the pen.

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QUESTION: 16

A shopkeeper offers 10% discount on an article and still makes a profit of 20% what is the cost price of the article marked at Rs. 500?

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QUESTION: 17

A dealer marked his goods 25% above the CP, and allows a 10% discount to his customers. What is his gain per cent.

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QUESTION: 18

The cost of manufacture of an articles is Rs. 900. Trader wants to gain 25% after giving a discount of 10%. The marked price should be

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QUESTION: 19

A shopkeeper purchases 12 baloons for Rs. 10 and sells them at 10 baloons for Rs. 12. He earns a profit of

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QUESTION: 20

Anu sold 2 books at Rs. 1.40 each. Her profit on one was 20% and her loss on the other was 20%. Then she made

Solution:
By apply percentage effect. 20% - 20% - 20Ã—20/100 = 4% loss occur. S.P of both books= 2.8 Rs = 100 - 4 = 96% of C.P. So, 2.8 = 96% , C.P 100% = 2.8Ã—100/96 = 2.917. C.P - S.P = 2.917 - 2.8 = .117 = 12 paise

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