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PROFIT AND LOSS

Q 1. By selling an article of Rs. 660 a man makes profit of 10%. Find the C. P. A. B. C. D. 600 660 700 None

Q 2. By selling an article for Rs. 550 a man gains something but by selling at Rs. 400 his loss is double the former gain. Find the CP. A. B. C. D. 450 475 500 525

Q 3. By selling 10 apples a man gains the C. P of 1 apple. What is the profit percent ? A. 10% B. 12% C. 15% D. None

Q 4. By selling 10 mangoes a man gains selling price of 1 mango. What is the profit percent ? A. 11% B. 10% C. 12% D. None

Q 5. If the selling price of an article is 4/3 times its cost price, then find the profit percent. a)33. 33% b)133. 33% c) 66. 66% d) 25%

Q 6. A man purchase 7 apples for Rs. 6 and sells 6 apples for Rs. 7. What is the profit/loss percent ? A. 13/42 B. 14/15 C. 17/19 D. None

Q 7. If the cost price is 96% of the selling price, then what is the profit percent? a)4. 16% b)4% c)5. 23% d) Depends on the value

Q 8. Ram sells goods to Shyam at a profit of 20%. Shyam sells it to Mohan at a profit of 25%. By how much percent more than the C. P has Mohan purchased the goods ? A. 50 B. 60 C. 70 D. 80

Q 9. A manufacturer sells an article to a wholesaler at 20% profit. The wholesaler sells it to a retailer at a profit of 25% and the retailer sells it to a consumer at a profit of 30%. If the consumer has bought the article at Rs. 1170, then find the C. P. A. B. C. D. 600 700 800 None

Q 10. Some quantity of rice is purchased at Rs. 450. one third of it is sold at loss of 9% another one third is sold at a profit of Rs. 15% and another one third is sold at 21% profit. What is the overall profit? A. 9% B. 10% C. 11% D. None

Q 11. A man purchased 30 mangoes at 2 mangoes per rupee and 30 mangoes at 3 mangoes per rupee. He sold them at 5 mangoes per 2 rupee. What was the loss or gain percent? A. B. C. D. 4%Loss 4%Profit 5%Loss None

Q 12. A man buys 5 horses and 7 oxen for Rs. 5850. He sells the horses at a profit of 10% and oxen at a profit of 16% and his whole gain is Rs. 711. What price does he pay for the horses? A. B. C. D. 750 1000 1500 None

Q 13. The selling price of two tables is Rs. 920 each. By selling the tables a shopkeeper gain 10% on one and losses 12% on other. What is his overall loss/gain percent. ? A. B. C. D. 0. 20% Loss 0. 20% Profit No Loss No Profit None

Q 14. A man sells 33 pencils at Rs. 37 and gain 11% at what price should he sell 44 pencils to gain 33% ? A. B. C. D. 59 69 60 None

15. There were two articles and the sum of cost prices of these articles is Rs. 500. One of them was sold at a profit of 20% and another at a loss of 20%. Besides if the selling prices of both the articles were same. Find the overall loss in Rs. a) 25 b) 22 c) 18 d) 20

Q 16. The market price of solar cooker is same in two shops. One allows discount of 20% and 15% while the other shop 15% and 20%. Which is better offer for the customer ? A. B. C. D. 1 ST 2 ND Both are equal none

Q 17. A dishonest dealer professes to sell his goods at C. P. but he uses a weight 480 gm for a half Kg. Find loss or gain%. ? A. B. C. D. 4% 4. 16% 5% 6. 66%

Q 18. A businessman professes to sell the goods at C. P but cheats by 10% in weight while purchasing and selling. Find the profit or loss %. A. B. C. D. 22. 22% 20% 18% None

Q 19. A publisher sells books to a retail dealer at Rs. 5 a copy but allows 25 copies to count as 24. If the retailer sells each of the 25 copies at Rs. 6, then find the profit percent made by him. a) b) c) d) 25% 20% 30% None of these

Q 20. If I sell a TV for Rs. 3100 and a cycle for Rs. 1300, I gain 10% on the original cost of both; but if I sell the TV for Rs. 3150 and the cycle for its original price, I lose 10% on the whole. Find the original cost of each respectively. a) b) c) d) Rs. 3500; Rs. 500 Rs. 3550; Rs. 450 Rs. 2770; Rs. 1230 Rs. 2800; Rs. 1200

Q 21. I sold my mobile at 22. 5% profit. Had I sold it for 35% profit, i would have gained Rs 3500 more. What is the original cost of the mobile? a) b) c) d) Rs 10000 Rs 15555 Rs 28000 None of these