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# A shopkeeper sells two refrigerator sets at the same price. He gains 40% on one refrigerator and loses 40% on the other. What is his net loss percentage in the whole transaction?

 A) 18% B) 14% C) 12% D) 16%

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Sushma bought 6 tables and 12 chairs for Rs.12,000. She sold the tables at a profit of 15% and the chairs at a loss of 10%. If her total gain was Rs.300,then the total cost of the tables was:

 A) Rs.5000 B) Rs.6000 C) Rs.4800 D) Rs.5400

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Sohan sold a plot for at a 15% loss. At what price should he sell the plot to gain a 10% profit?

 A) ₹3, 00, 000 B) ₹3, 33, 000 C) ₹3, 30, 000 D) ₹3, 33, 300

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A dealer marks his goods at 30% above the cost price. Then he allows 35% discount on it. What would be his loss percentage?

 A) 15.5% B) 16.5% C) 17.5% D) 18.5%

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A dealer buys an article at a discount of 20% on its list price and marks it at 25% above the list price. If he allows a 20% discount on the new list price, then his profit percent is

 A) 25 B) 20 C) 24 D) 27

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A shopkeeper sells an item for ₹492 after allowing 18% discount on its marked price. Had he NOT allowed any discount, he would have earned a profit of 20% on the cost price. What is the cost price of the item ?

 A) Rs. 500 B) Rs. 640 C) Rs. 540 D) Rs. 600

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A person sold 25 articles for ₹2,500 and incurred a loss of 10%. How many articles should he sell for ₹2,400 to make a profit of 20%?

 A) 15 B) 20 C) 16 D) 18

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A person sells an article at a profit of 12%. If he had purchased it for 12% less and sold it for ₹9 less, he would have gained 27%. Whatis the original cost price of the article?

 A) ₹3,750 B) ₹4,500 C) ₹4,250 D) ₹4,000

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A person sells an article at a profit of 12%. If he had purchased it for 12% less and sold it for ₹9 less, he would have gained 27%. Whatis the original cost price of the article?

 A) ₹3,750 B) ₹4,500 C) ₹4,250 D) ₹4,000