A) 18% | B) 20% |

C) 22% | D) 24% |

Explanation:

Let the cost price = Rs 100

then, Marked price = Rs 135

Required gain = 8%,

So Selling price = Rs 108

Discount = 135 - 108 = 27

Discount% = (27/135)*100 = 20%

A) Rs. 80 | B) Rs. 120 |

C) Rs. 70 | D) Rs. 100 |

Explanation:

The servant worked for 9 days instead of 12 days, he should receive 9/12 of his total payment

Let the price of 1 shirt be Rs. S

i.e., 3/4 (400 + S).

However, the question states that the servant receive Rs. 280 + S where S is the price of the shirt.

By equating the two equations we get 3/4 (400 + S) = 280 + S.

Therefore, Price of the shirt S = Rs. 80.

A) 0.25 % | B) 0.04 % |

C) 0.5 % | D) 0 % |

Explanation:

In this type cases we always have loss only.

Loss% = = = 1/25 = 0.04 %

A) 51.32 % | B) 49.23 % |

C) 48.4 % | D) 46.8 % |

Explanation:

Let marked price = Rs. 100.

Then, C.P. = RS. 54,

S.P. = Rs. 85

Gain % = 31/64 x 100 = 48.4%.

A) 1.44 % | B) 2.02 % |

C) 1.04 % | D) 2.25 % |

Explanation:

SP of each car is Rs. 404415, he gains 15% on first car and losses 15% on second car.

A) 30 % | B) 25 % |

C) 15 % | D) 20 % |

Explanation:

SP2 = 2/3 SP1

CP = 100

SP2 = 80

2/3 SP1 = 80

SP1 = 120

100 --- 20 => 20%