The marked price of an item is 25% above its cost price. A shopkeeper sells it, allowing a discount of x % on the marked price. If he incurs a loss of 8%, then the value of x is

Two articles are sold for Rs. 4,956 each. On one, the seller gains 18% and on the other he loses 16%. What is his overall gain or loss percent to nearest one decimal place?

Two articles are sold for ₹975 each. On one, the seller gains 30% and on the other, he loses 25%. What is the overall gain or loss percentage, correct to one decimal place?

A person marked his goods at a price that would give him 40% profit but he declared a sale and allowed 20% discount on the marked price. What is the profit percentage of the person in the whole transaction ?

A dealer marks an article 40% above the cost price and sells it to a customer, allowing two successive discounts of 20% and 25% on the marked price. If he suffers a loss of ₹ 140, then the cost price (in ₹) of the article is:

A dealer marks an article 40% above the cost price and sells it to a customer, allowing two successive discounts of 20% and 25% on the marked price. If he suffers a loss of ₹ 140, then the cost price (in ₹) of the article is:

If a sum amounts to ₹2,190 in four years and ₹2,409 in five years at compound interest, when the interest is compounded yearly, then the annual rate of interest is: