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# A person sells wheat at a profit of 30%. If he reduces its selling price by Rs 60, then he suffers a loss of 10%. What was the initial selling price (in Rs)of the wheat?

 A) 195 B) 210 C) 180 D) 130

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A furniture shopkeeper allows a discount of 16% on the marked price on the goods to his customers and still gains 20%. Whatis the marked price of a dining table, which costs the shopkeeper ₹11,900?

 A) ₹15,000 B) ₹12,376 C) ₹17,000 D) ₹16,000

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A table costing ₹ 750 was sold at 4% loss. Find out the selling price of the table.

 A) ₹ 720 B) ₹ 780 C) ₹ 730 D) ₹ 745

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The cost price of goods, for a shopkeeper, was X. He marked them at 15% above the cost price. Finally, he sold the goods at a discount of 25%. What is his profit/loss percentage ?

 A) 13% Loss B) 12% Profit C) 13.5% Profit D) 13.75% Loss

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A man buys two watches ‘A’ and ‘B’ at a total cost of Rs. 800. He sells both watches at the same selling price, and earns a profit of 18% on watch ‘A’ and incurs a loss of 22% on watch ‘B’. What are the cost prices of the two watches? (two place after decimal)

 A) A = Rs. 350.32 and B = Rs. 450.68 B) A = Rs. 318.37 and B = Rs. 481.63 C) A = Rs. 220 and B = Rs. 580 D) A = Rs. 317 and B = Rs. 483

Answer & Explanation Answer: B) A = Rs. 318.37 and B = Rs. 481.63

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A shopkeeper marks the price of an article in such a way that after allowing a discount of 22%, he gets a gain of 11%.If the marked price is Rs.888, then the cost price of the article is:

 A) ₹ 624 B)  ₹ 782 C) ₹ 550 D) ₹ 895

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An article was sold at a gain of 18%. If it had been sold for ₹ 49 more, then the gain would have been 25%. The cost price of the article is:

 A) ₹ 700 B) ₹ 570 C) ₹ 650 D) ₹ 890

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A manufacturer sells cooking gas stoves to shopkeepers at 10% profit, and in turn they sell the cooking gas stoves to customer to earn 15% profit. If a customer gets a cooking gas stove for ₹7,590, then what is its manufacturing cost?

 A) ₹ 6,500 B) ₹5,000 C) ₹5,090 D) ₹6,000

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X sells shoes to Y at a profit of 20% and Y sells same shoes to Z at a profit of 23%. If Z pays Rs 3321 for the shoes, then what was the cost price (in Rs) of shoes for X?

 A) 1950 B) 2450 C) 2250 D) 2045