A laptop costs 20 times the cost of a headphone. On the laptop there is a profit of 10% while the total profit on selling the headphone and the laptop is 20%. If there is a profit of Rs. 13,200 on selling the headphone then find the cost price of the laptop.

- The difference between the cost price and sale price of an article is Rs.600 and the profit is 30%. Find the selling price.
- 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
- A shopkeeper first allows a discount of 20% on a certain variety of cloth and then further gives a discount if 15% to the persons holding a shareholder’s coupon. The total discount received by a person holding a shareholder’s coupon would be:
- A man purchases some number of articles at Rs.729000 and he sells 4/9th of them at 7.5% loss. what profit % did he sell the remaining article to gain 5% over all?
- The ratio of cost prices of two articles ‘A’ and ‘B’ is 5:1 respectively and the average cost price of articles ‘A’ and ‘B’ is Rs. 1200. If articles ‘A’ and ‘B’ are sold at profit of 27% and profit of Rs 110 respectively, then what is the average selling price of the given two articles?
- 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 seller marked his article 80% above the cost price and sold it after offering two successive discounts of 60% and 20% respectively. In the whole transaction the seller lost Rs. 530. Find the selling price of the article.
- The selling price of the book is 30% more than the selling price of the bag and the selling price of the bottle is 30% less than the selling price of the bag. If the selling price of the book is Rs.2700 more than the selling price of the bag, then what is the average of the selling price of the bottle and bag?
- The cost price of article A and B is Rs. ‘X’ and Rs. (X + 750), respectively. Article A is sold at 20% profit while article B is sold at 10% loss. If selling price of article B is Rs. 120 more than that of article A and article B is sold after giving a discount of 20%, then find the marked price of article B.
- The difference between selling an item at an 18 percent loss and at a 14 percent profit is Rs. 1000. At what price should the item be sold to make a profit of 20 percent?

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