Mr. Christian bought 75 shirts for Rs. 75 each. He sold 60 of them at a loss of 10%. He wants to gain 20% on the whole. Then find his gain percent on the remaining shirts?

- Find the profit percentage earned on a school bag if it was sold at Rs.1548 after offering a discount of 10% and the marked price of a school bag is Rs.430 more than its cost price.
- 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?
- Ram sold a plot for Rs.4,00,000 at a 20% loss. For what price should he sell the plot to gain a 5% profit?
- 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
- Amazon allows 15% discount to his customers and still earn 19% profit. If the production cost of the product is increased by 12% therefore Amazon issued a new list price which is 10% higher than the previous list price and company still allow 15% discount to his customers. Find the new profit % of Amazon?
- Cost price of a bag is Rs.900. The shopkeeper marked it 80% above the cost price and sold it after giving a discount of 20%. If the shopkeeper had sold it at a profit of 50%, then find the difference between original and new selling price of a bag.
- A purchased an article for Rs 1280. She sold the article at 10% profit. She then added Rs 200 to the amount received and purchased a purse such that the seller of purse gained 20%. Find the cost price of purse for the seller.
- A dishonest dealer professes to sell his goods at cost price, but he uses a weight of 990 gm for the kg weight. Find his gain per cent.
- A shopkeeper earns a profit of 30% by selling an article. What would be the approximate percent change in the profit percent, if he had paid 20% less and sold at 20% more?
- By selling a bike for Rs. 45000, Abhishek incurs a loss of Rs. 5000. Find the loss %.

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