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By selling an article at Rs.800, a shopkeeper makes a profit of 25%.At what price should he sell the article so as to make a loss of 25%?

• Option 1)

Rs.720

• Option 2)

Rs. 600

• Option 3)

Rs.540

• Option 4)

Rs.480

• Option 5)

Rs.640

Let CP = 100 MP = 135 SP = 108 D% =
Let CP = 100              SP = 420 New CP = 125 Then Profit% at SP =   (approx)
Total cost of pure milk = Now 5 litres of water added and sell at CP Then SP= P%=        = 25%

By mixing two qualities of pulses in the ratio 2: 3 and selling the mixture at the rate of Rs 22 per kilogram, a shopkeeper makes a profit of 10 %. If the cost of the smaller quantity be Rs 14 per kg, the cost per kg of the larger quantity is:

• Option 1)

Rs 23

• Option 2)

Rs 25

• Option 3)

Rs 24

• Option 4)

None

• Option 5)

Rs 22

If the cost price of 12 pens is equal to the selling price of 8 pens, the gain percent is ?

• Option 1)

12

• Option 2)

30

• Option 3)

50

• Option 4)

40

• Option 5)

60

Profit % =

Tarun got 30% concession on the labelled price of an article and sold it for Rs. 8750 with 25% profit on the price he bought. What was the labelled price?

• Option 1)

10000

• Option 2)

12000

• Option 3)

11000

• Option 4)

14000

• Option 5)

13000

Let MP = 100 CP = 70 S = 70 1.25 = 87.5 Now 87.5 % = 8750 MP = 100% = 10000

The percentage profit earned by selling an article for Rs. 1920 is equal to the percentage loss incurred by selling the same article for Rs. 1280. At what price should the article be sold to make 25% profit?

• Option 1)

2000

• Option 2)

2200

• Option 3)

2400

• Option 4)

2300

• Option 5)

none of these

Diff = 1920 - 1280 = 640 CP lies b/w both SP's CP =  New SP = 1600 1.25 = 2000

The cost price of 20 articles is the same as the selling price of x articles. If the profit is 25%, then the value of x is:

• Option 1)

15

• Option 2)

16

• Option 3)

18

• Option 4)

20

• Option 5)

25

P % =

A tradesman fixed his selling price of goods at 30% above the cost price. He sells half the stock at this price, one-quarter of his stock at a discount of 15% on the original selling price and rest at a discount of 30% on the original selling price. Find the gain percent altogether.

• Option 1)

15.675%

• Option 2)

15.40%

• Option 3)

15.575%

• Option 4)

16.375%

• Option 5)

14.875%

Let CP = 100               MP = 130 Revenue =   P % = 15.4%

A trader purchases apples at Rs. 60 per hundred. He spends 15% on the transportation. What should be the selling price per 100 to earn a profit of 20%?

• Option 1)

Rs. 72

• Option 2)

Rs. 81.8

• Option 3)

Rs. 82.8

• Option 4)

Rs. 81.2

• Option 5)

Rs. 83.8

CP = 60 New CP = 60 1.15 = 69 (with transportation) New SP = 69  1.2 = 82.8

In the land of the famous milkman Merghese Durian, a milkman sells his buffalo for Rs. 720 at some profit. Had he sold his buffalo at Rs. 510, the quantum of the loss incurred would have been double that of the profit earned. What is the cost price?

• Option 1)

Rs 615

• Option 2)

Rs 625

• Option 3)

Rs 675

• Option 4)

None of these

• Option 5)

Rs. 600

SP = 720 New SP = 510 Difference = 720 - 510 Now P : L = 1 : 2 P = Then CP = 720 - 70 = 650

A Camera shop allows a discount of 10% on the advertised price of a camera. What price must be marked on the camera, that costs him Rs. 600, so that he makes a profit of 20%?

• Option 1)

Rs. 800

• Option 2)

Rs. 720

• Option 3)

Rs. 750

• Option 4)

Rs. 815

• Option 5)

Rs. 850

CP = 600 SP = 600 1.20 =720 .9 MP = 720 MP = 800

A shopkeeper allows a discount of 12.5% on the marked price of a certain article and makes a profit of 20%. If the article cost the shopkeeper Rs. 210, what price must be marked on the article?

• Option 1)

Rs. 275

• Option 2)

Rs. 288

• Option 3)

Rs. 300

• Option 4)

None of these

• Option 5)

Rs. 280

CP = 210 SP = 210 1.2 = 252 MP =

A merchant bought two transistors, which together cost him Rs. 480. He sold one of them at a loss of 15% and other at a gain of 19%. If the selling price of both the transistors are equal, find the cost of the lower priced transistor.

• Option 1)

Rs. 300

• Option 2)

Rs. 180

• Option 3)

Rs. 200

• Option 4)

Rs. 250

• Option 5)

Rs. 280

Let CP of one Transistor = Another transistor = Now

Ashok bought an article and spent Rs. 110 on its repairs. He then sold it to Bhushan at a profit of 20%. Bhushan sold it to Charan at a loss of 10%. Charan finally sold it for Rs. 1188 at a profit of 10%. How much did Ashok pay for the article.

• Option 1)

Rs. 890

• Option 2)

Rs. 845

• Option 3)

Rs. 780

• Option 4)

Rs 840

• Option 5)

Rs. 1000

= 1000 ( With repair ) But Ashok pays = 1000 - 110 = 890

A man sells a TV set for Rs 3450 and makes a profit of 15%. He sells another TV at a loss of 10%. IF on the whole, he neither gains nor loses, find the selling price of the second TV Set.

• Option 1)

Rs. 4250

• Option 2)

Rs. 4400

• Option 3)

Rs. 4050

• Option 4)

Rs. 4500

• Option 5)

Rs. 4000

SP = 3450     at profit 15% CP = = 3000 By options checking © 4050 If SP=4050 at loss 10% Then CP =   = 4500 Now both CP and SP makes balance with no profit no loss

A reduction of 10% in the price of sugar enables a housewife to buy 6.2 kg. more  for Rs.279. Find the reduced price per kilogram .

• Option 1)

Rs. 5

• Option 2)

Rs. 4.5

• Option 3)

Rs. 5.5

• Option 4)

None of these

• Option 5)

Rs. 4.05

Let original price = Then  Reduced price = 5 - .5 = 4.5
Let MP = 100     CP to retailer = 80 SP to retailer = 95 Profit = 15 Customer paid = 38 ,   It means 95 = 38 , 100 = 40 If MP = 40 Profit =

If SP of 10 articles is equal to cost price of 8 articles, find Profit or Loss Percentage

• Option 1)

25% Profit

• Option 2)

27% Profit

• Option 3)

24% Profit

• Option 4)

20% loss

• Option 5)

30% loss

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