A sells an item at 20% profit to B, B sells the same at 10% profit to C and receives ₹1,32,000.0. Had C purchased the same item from A, he would have spent 5% less than what he spent with B. What profit would A have made then?
A man purchased a car for ₹12 lakhs and was insured for 80% of the cost. He sold the car at a 15% loss, but had not yet delivered it to the buyer when he met with an accident. After the accident, the car was damaged a lot and the insurance company paid 90% of the insured amount. The net difference in the two transactions is:
An oil merchant wants to make a minimum profit of ₹2,100 by selling 50 litres of oil he purchased at ₹236 per litre. For this, he adds a few litres of duplicate oil whose cost price is ₹180 per litre and sells at ₹250 per litre. How many litres of duplicate oil is needed for this purpose?
The difference between the selling prices of some articles if sold for ₹12 instead of ₹9 is ₹150. If the cost price of these articles is ₹250, then find the selling price of 21 articles if profit earned is 20%.