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Deepti bought a set of cups for Rs. 175, but then had to sell it later to clear old stocks for Rs. 161. What is the percentage of loss that she had to incur?

 A) 16 B) 8 C) 7 D) 14

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Sudhir purchased a laptop for ₹42,000 and a scanner-cum-printer for ₹8,000. He sold the laptop for a 10% profit and the scanner- cum-printer for a 5% profit. What is his profit percentage?

 A) 925°° B) 915°° C) 15°° D) 712°°

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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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Q:

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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Q:

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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Q:

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