By selling a Mobile for Rs. 3720 a shopkeeper gains 24%. If the profit reduced to 14%, then the selling price will be

- 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?
- Pankaj purchased a machine for Rs. 79,000 and spent Rs. 4000 on repair and Rs. 3000 on transport and sold it with 25% profit. At what price did he sell the machine?
- A man bought an article at 20% less of the marked price and sold it at 25% more than the marked price. Find the profit earned by him.
- A loss of 15% is made by selling an article. Had it been sold for Rs.75 more, there would have been a profit of 10%. What would be the selling price of the article if it is sold at 20% profit?
- Even after allowing a discount of 40% on the marked price, a shopkeeper earns 50 % profit. By what percentage has the marked price been marked up above the cost price?
- The cost price of two dozen bananas is Rs. 96 after selling 18 bananas at the rate of Rs. 36 per dozen, the shopkeeper reduced the rate to Rs. 24 per dozen. The percent of loss is
- A shopkeeper marked an article ‘A’ 20% above the cost price and sold it for Rs. 1008 after giving a certain discount while he sold an article ‘B’ for Rs. 2520. If cost price of article ‘B’ is Rs. 1800 and profit percentage earned on selling article ‘B’ is 60% more than discount percentage given on selling article ‘A’ then find the cost price of article ‘A’.
- An anicle was sold for ₹1,215 after giving a discount of 19%. If a discount of 17.5% is given, then for how much (in ₹) should the article be sold?
- The cost price of an article is Rs. 2850 and a shopkeeper wants to earn 18% profit on it after giving 25% discount on marked price. Find the marked price of the article.
- 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%?

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