Maths Test (Topic : Profit & Loss ) of 5th February

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Maths Test

Topic : Profit and Loss

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A person purchased 35 kg of rice for Rs. 840 and sold it at Rs. 27.60 per kg. What is his
percentage profit ?

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The marked price of the laptop is 50% more than the cost price of the laptop. If the shopkeeper offers a discount of 20% on marked price of the laptop and shopkeeper gets the profit of Rs.480, then find the cost price of the laptop.

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An article is sold at a profit of 20%. If it had been sold at a profit of 25%, it would have
fetched Rs. 35 more. The cost price of the article is :

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Sagar purchased 30 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 10 per kg and 35 kg at the rate of Rs. 11
per kg. He mixed the two. At what price per kg (in Rs.) should he sell the mixture to make a
30% profit in the transaction ?

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 If an article is sold after giving two successive discounts of x% and 20% and the profit earned after selling the article is x%. If the ratio of the cost price to marked price of the article is 36:55 and the cost price of the article is Rs.7200, then find the value of x?

 

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If the profit earned on selling an article for Rs.2400 is 75% of the loss incurred on selling the same article for Rs.1700, then find the selling price of the article, if it was sold at a profit of 20%?

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The marked price of the fridge is Rs.9600 more than that of the cost price. If the shopkeeper offers a discount of 25% on the marked price of the fridge and the shopkeeper gets a profit of 5%, then find the cost price of the fridge?

 

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The marked price of an AC is 20% more than its cost price and the selling price of the AC is 15% more than its cost price. If the shopkeeper offers a discount of Rs.500 on marked price of AC, then find the selling price of AC?

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A shopkeeper buys 144 items at 90 paise each. On the way 20 items are broken. He sells
the remainder at Rs. 1.20 each. His gain per cent correct to one place of decimal is

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. 13 articles were bought for Rs. 5,980 and sold for Rs. 6,656. How much was the
approximate profit percentage per article ?

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The ratio of the marked and cost price of the cooker is 5:3. If the shopkeeper offers two successive discounts of 10% and Rs.240 on the marked price of the cooker and the shopkeeper gets the profit of Rs.960, then find the marked price of the cooker?

 

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Ratio of the marked to cost price of the cycle is 3:2. If the shopkeeper sold the cycle at Rs.3750, while he gets the loss of Rs.x and he sold the same cycle at Rs.4800 while he gets the profit of Rs.2x, then find the discount offered by the shopkeeper when he sold the cycle at profit?

 

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A shopkeeper sold the Pen at the discount of 25% on its marked price while he gets the profit of 20% on cost price of the pen. The marked price of the Pen is Rs.12. If he sold the pen for Rs.10, what would have his profit percent?

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The selling price of the watch is Rs.1350, while the shopkeeper gets loss of 25%. If the marked price of the watch is 20% more than the cost price of the watch, then find the discount percentage offers by the shopkeeper?

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The sum of the cost price of mobile and laptop is Rs.9900. If the shopkeeper sold the mobile at 10% profit and laptop at 8% loss and he found that the loss incurred on selling laptop is equal to the profit earned on selling mobile, then find the cost price of mobile?

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If the marked price of a TV is 25% more than its cost price and the shopkeeper offer two successive discounts of 20% and 15% on marked price of the TV. If the selling price of the TV is Rs.13600, then find the cost price of the TV?

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Amir sold a Pen drive to Bindhu at 20% loss and Bindhu sold it to Chaya at 50% profit and Chaya again sold it to Dinne at 15% profit. If difference between SP of Amir and CP of Dinne is Rs.232, find the difference between CP of Amir and SP of Chaya

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Aalam sold two vehicles for Rs. 46000 each. If he gained 10% on the first and lost 10% on
another, then what is his percentage profit or loss in this transaction ?

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5) The marked price of the table is Rs.1200 and the cost price of the table is 33(1/3)% of its marked price. If x% of the discount offered on the marked price of the table, then the profit percent would be 125%. Find the value of x?

 

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The cost price of an article is Rs.x and the shopkeeper marked the price of the article is 40% more than that of the cost price. If the shopkeeper allows a discount of 20% on the marked price, while he sells the article at Rs.(2x-396), then find the value of x.

 

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Average of the cost price of articles A and B is Rs.5200. The shopkeeper sold article A at the profit of 25% and sold article B at the loss of 15%. If the shopkeeper sold articles B and A together is Rs.10440, then find the cost price of article B?

 

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A shopkeeper had 10 tables and the total cost price of 10 tables is Rs.20000. If he sold 8 tables for Rs.24000, then what was his profit percentage?

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The marked price of an item is 40% above its cost price and the shopkeeper sold the item after giving a discount of Rs.3600, while the shopkeeper got a profit of 20%. Find the cost price of that item.

 

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The shopkeeper sold a bike after giving a discount of 20% and earned a profit of Rs.3000. If he had sold it for Rs.500 less he would have earned a profit of 10%, then find the marked price of a bike?

 

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Ramesh bought a table at a certain amount. He sold the table at 15% profit. If he had bought the table for Rs.500 less, then the profit would have been Rs.2000. What is the cost price of the table?

 

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 The selling price of the Laptop is 40% more than the selling price of the mobile and the selling price of the watch is 40% less than the selling price of the mobile. If the selling price of the laptop is Rs.4000 more than the selling price of the mobile, then what is the average of the selling price of the watch and mobile?

 

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 Ratio of the marked and cost price of the air cooler is 7:5 respectively. If the shopkeeper allows two successive discounts of 10% and Rs.450 and the shopkeeper gets the profit of 8%, then find the cost price of the air cooler?

 

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What will be the percentage profit after selling an article at a certain price if there occur
a loss of 35% on selling the article 3/5 of the selling price?

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The selling price of the table is Rs.4800. If the shopkeeper offers a discount of 40% on marked price of the table and the marked price of the table is 25% more than the cost price of the table, then find the cost price of the table.

 

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If the marked price of the laptop is Rs.8400. If the shopkeeper offers a 25% discount on the marked price of the laptop, while he gets a profit of Rs.700, then find the profit percentage of the laptop?

 

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. A dealer sold two types of goods for Rs. 10,000 each. On one of them, he lost 20% and on
the other he gained 20%. His gain or loss per cent in the entire transaction was

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A man buys two articles. The ratio of the cost price of the articles is 3:2. He sells the first article at 20% profit and the second article at 10% loss. If he gains overall Rs. 40, find the cost price of the first article.

 

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 Dress A is sold at 10% discount and earned a profit of Rs.525. Dress B is sold at 20% profit for Rs.840. Find the marked price of Dress A, if the cost price of dress A is 5% more than the cost price of Dress B.

 

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A seller marked a laptop at 10% above its cost price and sold it after giving two successive discounts of 30% and 40% respectively for Rs.980. Find his overall profit/loss percent.

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The marked price of the Pen is 20% more than its cost price. If the shopkeeper offers a discount of 10% on marked price of the Pen, then the selling price of the Pen is what percent more than the cost price of the Pen?

 

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The marked price of an article is 80% above its cost price and sold it after giving two successive discounts of 25% and x% and then earned a profit of 15%. Find the value of x%?

37 / 50

By selling 25 metres of cloth a trader gains the selling price of 5 metres of cloth. The gain
percent of the trader in % is

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A shopkeeper sold a doll at 10% loss on its cost price and he allows the discount of 20% on marked price of the doll. The selling price of the doll is what percent less than the marked price of the doll?

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. An item costing Rs. 200 is being sold at 10% loss. If the price is further reduced by 5%,
the selling price will be

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Ratio of the selling price of the mobile and laptop is 4:5. If the shopkeeper sold the mobile and laptop at the profit of Rs.600 and 20% respectively and the difference between the cost price of mobile and laptop is Rs.1000, then find the cost price of laptop?

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The selling price of the chair is 30% less than the selling price of the table. If the shopkeeper sold the table at 25% profit and chair at 12% profit and then he gets the overall profit is Rs.1100. What is the cost price of the table?

 

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A shopkeeper bought a table and a chair at a cost of Rs.2000 and sold table at 12% profit and chair at 8% profit. If the total profit earned by him is Rs.216, then what is the SP of chair?

 

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The cost price of four mobiles is equal to the cost price of 3 laptops. If the cost price of 5 laptops and 7 mobiles is Rs.12300, then what is the cost of 12 mobiles and 7 laptops together?

 

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A man purchases 2 pens for Rs. 70. He sells one of them at 25% profit and another at 10% loss. Thus, he neither gains nor loses. Find the selling price of both the pens?

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The cost price of an AC is 20% more than the cost price of the washing machine and the cost price of the refrigerator is 10% less than the cost price of washing machine. If the selling price of AC is Rs.21000 which is Rs.3000 more than its cost price, then what is the cost price of refrigerator?

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Ratio of the selling price to marked price of the laptop is 3:5. If the shopkeeper gets the profit of 20% and the difference between the cost price and marked price of the laptop is Rs.600, then find the amount of discount offered by shopkeeper.

 

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If the ratio of cost price and selling price be 10 : 11, then the profit percentage is

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 The cost price of a watch is Rs.2000 and the marked price of the watch is 10% more than its cost price. If the shopkeeper allows the discount of Rs.260, then find the percentage of loss or profit.

 

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A bought two bicycles he sold the first bicycle at a profit of 40% and the second bicycle at a loss of 15%. If the selling price of both the bicycle is equal which is Rs.7140. Then find his overall profit or loss percentage.

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A toy was sold by the seller after giving a discount of 24% for Rs.114. What is the cost price of the toy, if the ratio of marked price to cost price is 5: 7?

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