- The marked price of a toaster and the dryer are in the ratio 1 :2. The shopkeeper gives 20% discount on the toaster. If the total discount on the toaster a...
- The list price of an Article is Rs. 200 and a customer buys is for Rs. 153 after two successive discounts. If the first discount is 10%. Find the other one...
- 1 packet of biscuits costs Rs 16 but a pack of 4 of the same packet of biscuits costs Rs 56. What is the effective discount (in %) on the pack?
- The cost price of an article is Rs x. It is marked up by 200%. It is sold at Rs 540 after giving 25% discount. What is the value of x (in Rs)?
- A Rs 750 tin of cheese is offered at 8% discount and a Rs 1,250 tin of butter at 20% discount. If we buy 5 tins of cheese and 3 tins of butter, what is the...
- The selling price of an article is Rs 816 if the discount on it is 15%. What would be the selling price of the article (in Rs) if the discount on it is 25%...
- Amit sold an article for ₹369.60 after allowing 12% discount on the marked price. Had he not allowed any discount he would have earned a profit of 20%. W...
- A shopkeeper marks his goods at such a price that after allowing a discount of 20% on the mark price he can earn a profit of 25%. If the article cos...
- A purchased an article and sold it to B at 12.5% profit. B marked it up by 10% above the price at which A has purchased it and then sold it after giving a ...
- Three successive discounts 22%, 17% and 11% are equivalent to a single discount of:
- Two successive discounts, each of x% on the marked price of an article, are equal to a single discount of Rs 331.20. If the marked price of the article is ...
- An article was sold for 298.496 after providing three successive discounts of 10%, 5% and 4% respectively on the market price. What was the marked price?
- The list price of an article is Rs.240 and a customer buys it for Rs.120 after two successive discounts. If the first discount is 20% then find the other o...
- A discount of 20% on the price of an article is the same as a discount of 25% on the price of another article. The prices of the two articles will be, resp...
- Riya could not decide between discount of 30% or two successive discounts of 25% and 5%, both given on shopping of ₹3,840. What is the difference between...
- What is the single percentage discount equivalent to two successive discounts of 15% and 5%?
- A hotel is giving a discount of 12% on the booking of 2 or more rooms. Additionally, the hotel is offering a 5% discount only on payment using any card of ...
- Successive discounts of 18% and 22% are equal to a single discount of ______.

Question Listing

- Addition & subtraction
- Age
- Algebra
- Alligation
- Approximation
- Arithmetic Progression
- Average
- Bar graph
- Binomial Equation
- Boats and streams
- Calculation based
- Caselet DI
- Circle
- Clock and Calendar
- Compound Interest
- Coordinate Geometry
- Cube & cube roots
- Data Sufficiency
- Databased
- Databased Partnership
- Databased Profit Loss and discount
- Databased Ratio
- Databased Time and Work
- DI
- Di Bar Graph
- DI Line Graph
- DI Pie Chart
- DI PIE Chart and Ratio Table
- DI Tables
- Di With Missing Numbers
- Differential Equation
- Divisibility rules
- Equality and Inequality
- Equations
- Fractions
- Geometry
- HCF and LCM
- Height and Distance
- Income and Expenditure
- Integration
- Limits and Continuity
- Line graph
- Linear Equation
- Lines and Angles
- Maxima and Minima
- Mensuration
- Missing DI
- Mixture
- No. System
- Partnership
- Percentage
- Permutation and combination
- Pipes and cisterns
- Polygon
- Probability
- Profit and loss
- Quadratic equation
- Quadrilateral
- Quant Miscellaneous
- Quantity Inequality
- Radar graph
- Ratio
- Ratio and proportion
- SI and CI databased
- Simple and compound interest
- Simplification
- Square & square root
- Surds and indices
- Time
- Time and distance
- Time and work
- Trains
- Triangle
- Trigonometry
- Uniatry Method
- Weekly Quiz Quant
- Wrong Series

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