A shopkeeper give 4 articles free on the purchase of every 12 articles. He also allows a discount of 25% to customer and still earns 20% profit. Find the ratio of cost price to mark price of the article.

- The profit earned when article is sold for Rs. 1280 is 23 times of the loss incurred when it is sold for Rs. 800.Find the CP?
- A shopkeeper marked an article 50% above its cost price and made a profit of Rs. 320 when he sold the article after giving a discount of 20%. Find the profit percent earned by the shopkeeper if he had sold the article for Rs. 2160.
- The marked price of an article is Rs 1500. A shopkeeper sells it by giving 20% discount on its marked price. If the cost price of the article is Rs 991. then his profit (in RS) is:
- A wholesaler mark up his good such that he can gain 8% profit after giving 10% discount to his customers. One particular customer availed a discount of 12% only. If the profit earned by the trader from this cutomer is Rs. 50.4, then, what is the cost price of the good?
- A shopkeeper purchased an article for Rs. lsquo;arsquo; and marked it 160% above its cost price and sold it after giving two successive discounts of 350 and 25%, respectively and earned a profit of Rs. 4a/5. Find the marked price of the article.
- 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?
- Marked price of an article is Rs.380 more than its cost price. If profit earned is equal to the discount given then find the profit earned?
- Mr. Joseph makes 1800 articles at a cost of 40 paise/article. He fixed the selling price such that if only 1000 articles are sold, he would have made profit of 50% on the outlay. However, 500 articles get spoilt and he was able to sell 1300 articles at this price. Find his actual profit percent as the percentage of total outlay assuming that the unsold articles are useless?
- After selling 20 erasers, a Shopkeeper earn a profit of the selling price of 6 pencils. While selling 20 pencils, a shopkeeper losses a selling price of 8 erasers. The numerical value of the Profit and loss % is equal and the Cost price of erasers is half the cost price of the pencils. Find the ratio of selling price of erasers to pencils?
- When a shopkeeper sells an item A for Rs.52,800, he incurred a loss of 45%. If he sells another item B of same cost price in order to recover the loss incurred by selling A, what would be the selling price of B?

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