profit and loss set 2
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Question 1 of 16
1. Question
1 pointsCalculate the single discounts equivalent to two successive discounts of 40% and 20%
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Question 2 of 16
2. Question
1 pointsA man buys 100 pens for Rs. 5 each. But 5 pens are found to be damaged. At what price per pen should he sell the remaining pen so that he can make a profit of 6.4%
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Question 3 of 16
3. Question
1 pointsA man buys 15 toffees for Rs. 14 and sells 14 toffees for Rs.15. Find his %profit or %loss.
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Question 4 of 16
4. Question
1 pointsA shopkeeper buys sugar for Rs.2400. He had to sell threefourth at 10%profit. At what percent gain he should sell the remaining sugar so as to make an overall profit of 8% ?
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Question 5 of 16
5. Question
1 pointsA man sells an article at a profit of 20%.if he had bought it at 5% more and sold it for Rs. 30 less, his profit would have been zero. Find the cost price of the article
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Question 6 of 16
6. Question
1 pointsA retailer marks his goods 20% more than the cost price. if he allows a discount of 10%, then his gain percent is
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Question 7 of 16
7. Question
1 pointsA trader fixed the marked price of an article 20% above its cost and allows a discount of 10% and makes a profit of Rs. 80. The cost of the article is
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Question 8 of 16
8. Question
1 pointsThe marked price of an article is 20 more than the cost price. After a discount of 10% we got a profit of 12.5%. Find the cost price of the article
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Question 9 of 16
9. Question
1 pointsA man bought 85 kg mangoes for Rs. 30 per kg, but 8 kg mangoes are found to be rotten.at what price per kg should he sell the remaining mangoes to make a profit of 11%
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Question 10 of 16
10. Question
1 pointsA man bought 24 eggs of Rs. 5 each. 8 eggs were broken and he sold the remaining eggs at 33 1/3 % profit. Find the loss (in Rs.) due to the broken eggs if all the eggs were sold at the same rate
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Question 11 of 16
11. Question
1 pointsA sells an article to B at a loss of 10%,B sells it to C at a profit of 10%, and C sells it to D at a loss of 20%. If D had to pay Rs. 316.8 for it, how much did A pay for it ?
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Question 12 of 16
12. Question
1 pointsMohan buys an article for Rs. 400 and sells it at 15% profit. Find the selling price of the article.
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Question 13 of 16
13. Question
1 pointsA man buys 16 toffees for Rs. 15 and sells 4 toffees in Rs. 5. Find his percentage profit
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Question 14 of 16
14. Question
1 pointsA retailer fixed the marked price of his good as Rs. 1000 and allowed two successive discounts 20% and 10%. After selling his good he made a profit of 20%. Find the cost price of his good
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Question 15 of 16
15. Question
1 pointsA shopkeeper increases the price of television sets by 20%. Due to this increase in price the number of television sets sold decreased by 10%. What was the effect on the sales of television sets ?
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Question 16 of 16
16. Question
1 pointsA man sells two articles, each for the same price Rs. 2500. He incurs a loss of 50% on the first and a profit of 25% on the second. Find his overall percent gain or loss.
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