The cash difference between the selling prices of an article at a profit of 4% and 6% is Rs 3. The ratio of two selling prices is
Let the Cost price of article is Rs. x
Required ratio = (104% of x) / (106% of x)
=52/53 = 52:53
A shopkeeper marks his goods at 25% above the cost price. He sells three-fourth of the goods at the marked price and the remaining at 40% discount on the marked price. His gain/loss percent is:
A number is increased by 30%, then decreased by 25%, and then further increased by 25%. What is the net increase/decrease percent in the number(correct to the nearest integer)?
A man gets a discount of 30% and then 20% on his food bill of ₹1,500. How much discount, in rupees, did he get ?
A man bought 2 articles for ₹3050 each. He sold one article at 10% profit and another at 20% profit. The total profit percentage he earned is:
There was 29% off on bags. A lady bought a bag and got 13% discount for paying in cash. She paid ₹617.70. What was the price tag (in ₹) on the bag ?
A number is decreased by 30%, then increased by 30%, then further increased by 30%. What is the net increase/decrease percent in the number (correct to the nearest integer)?
A man bought 2 articles for ₹3050 each. He sold one article at 10% loss and another at 20% profit. The total profit/loss percentage he earned is:
There was 25% off on shirt. A lady bought that shirt and got an additional 20% discount for paying in cash and further 10% discount for being a loyal customer. She paid ₹324. What was the price tag (in ₹) on the shirt ?
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