A person bought an article and sold it at a loss of 25%. If he had bought it at 5% loss and sold it for 78 more, he would have gained 20%. Find the profit percent if he had sold it at Rs 240.

- P purchased a book from registered store and gets 12% discount while Q purchased the same book from a roadside stall and got 15% discount. If Q paid Rs. 1870 for the book, then find the amount saved by Q in comparison to P.
- D-Mart sold two toys - one at 10% loss and another at 20% profit. What is the percent profit or loss if the cost prices of the toys are in the ratio 3:2?
- Mayank gives 25% discount to his customer but he sells only smuggled goods and as a bribe he pays 10% on the cost price. Find what should be the Marked price if he desires to make a profit of 9`1/11` % and the cost price of article is Rs. 2000?
- A dishonest shopkeeper makes a cheating of 25% at the time of buying the goods and 37.5% cheating at the time of selling the goods. He promises to sell his goods at 10% loss. Find his profit%?
- A man sells two pipes at 12 each. He gains 20% on one and loses 20% on the other. In the whole transaction, there is
- An article is sold for Rs. 480 at 20% loss. If this article was sold at 12.5% profit, what would have been its selling price?
- A trader marked an article 70% above its cost price and sold it after allowing a discount of 40%. If the transaction resulted in a profit of Rs. 40, then find the cost price of the article
- A tradesman gives 6% discount on the market price and gives 1 article free for buying every 11 articles and thus gains 30%. The marked price is approximately increased above the cost price by
- The difference between the cost price and sale price of an article is Rs.450 and the profit is 25%. Find the selling price.
- A dishonest seller, at the time of selling and purchasing uses weight 22% less and 30% more per kg respectively. Find the approx. percent profit earned by him.

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