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Profit and Loss 

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Profit & Loss Test 1

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A dealer is selling an article at a discount of 5% on the marked price. If the marked price is 12% above the cost price and the article was sold for Rs. 532 then the cost price is ____.

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Seema bought a mobile and got a discount of 18.5% , Had there been a 24% discount, she could have saved an additional Rs. 1650. How much did he pay for mobile?

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After giving a discount of 16% a shopkeeper still earns 19% profit. If article is marked 1350 rupee more than the its CP then find the MP of article?

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On selling an article for rs. 7200, a person loses 36.66% of its selling price. At what price should be sell it to gain 25% on its cost price?

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Abahy sold an article for 180 Rupees after allowing a 20% discount on its marked price. Had he not allowed any discount, he would have gained 20%. what is the cost price of the article?

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By selling an article for Rs. 1875, a man allows 12.5% discount and still earns 12% profit. If the article is sold at MP with no discount then what will be his profit percentage?

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When an article is sold at its marked price, it gives a profit of 25%. if a discount 9.6% is allowed on the marked price, then the profit percent will be_____.

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A person marks his good x% above the cost price and allows a discount of 30% on the marked price. If his profit is 5%, then the value of x is _____.

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The price of a product after getting 20% discount is Rs. 3024 which includes 5% tax on selling price. What was the market price of the product?

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A person Sold a book at 20% profit. If he had bought it at 10% less cost and sold for Rs. 90 more then he would have gained 40% profit. Find cost price of book.

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Profit & Loss Test 2

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A shopkeeper gives 3 Articles free on purchase of 5 Articles. He also allows a discount of 20% still earn a profit of 25% find CP:MP?

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The candidate contested in an election. One get 60% of the votes and won by 1600 votes. What is the number of votes polled?

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Ajay buys two cars for Rs. 15500. He sells one so as to lose 23% and other so as to gain 27%. On the whole he neither gains nor loses. What does each horse cost?

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A shopkeeper sells an article at a profit of 20%. Had he bought if at 10% more than the original CP and sold, he would have gained 25%. Find the CP of the article?

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Anita sold an aticle for Rs. 7,000 and incurred a loss. Had he sold it for Rs. 8750, his gain would have been 3/4th of the loss that he incurred. At what price should he sell the article, to get 10% profit?

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Cost price of article A is twice that of article B. If on selling A and B there is a profit of 8.3% and 14.4% respectively. and total profit obtained is Rs. 186, then find the cost price of Article A.

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Seema bought a mobile and got a discount of 18.5% , Had there been a 24% discount, she could have saved an additional Rs. 1650. How much did he pay for mobile?

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The percentage profit earned by selling a laptop  for 12000 rupees is equal to percentage loss incurred by selling the same laptop for 9000 rupees. At what price should the laptop be sold to make 20% profit?

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Ajay purchased 15 kg. of wheat at the rate of Rs. 11.50 per Kg. and 10 Kg. pf wheat at the rate of Rs. 14.25 per Kg. He mixed the ratio and sold the mixture. At what price per Kg. should he sell the mixture to make 20% profit?

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A person after paying 10% tax, spend 20% of the remaining on education, 25% of the remaining on food. after all his expenditure he is with Rs. 2700. Find his income.

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Profit & Loss Test 3

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Rakesh sold two article for Rs. 4560 each. On selling first he gains 16(2/3)% and on the other he losses 25% . What is overall profit or loss percent in this transaction?

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Profit earned by selling an article for Rs. 1060 is 20% more than the loss incurred by selling the article for Rs. 950. At what price the article be sold to earn 20% profit?

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On selling an article for Rs. 105 a trader loses 9%. to gain 30% he should sell the article at_______.

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A man sold two article at Rs. 375 each on one, he gain 25% and on the other, he loses 25%. The gain or loss percent on the whole transaction is ____.

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Abhay sold two article each for Rs. 46789. If he get a profit of 20% on more article find the profit percent of second article so that he makes an overall profit of 50%?

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A man wanted to sell an article with 20% profit. but he actually sold at 20% loss for Rs. 480. At what price he wanted to sell it to earn the profit?

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