- 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 b...
- An article is marked up by P% above the cost price. If shopkeeper offers discount of 25% and still earns a profit of 35%. For earning a profit of 71%, how ...
- Cost price of an article is Rs X and marked price is 400% more than cost price. To gain profit of 100%, what percent of discount should be offered on this ...
- A person buys 5 tables and 9 chairs for Rs15,400. He sells the tables at 10% profit and chairs at 20% profit. If his total profit on selling all the tables...
- 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
- A merchant fixed the selling price of his articles at 675 after adding 35% profit to the cost price. As the sale was very low at this price level, he decid...
- A chair listed at 550 is available at successive discounts of 25% and 10%. The selling price of the chair is
- A trader allows two successive discounts of 20% and 10% on selling an article. If he gets 550 for that article, find its marked price.
- A person sold his goods after announcing two successive discounts of 32% each. The effective discount altogether is
- What price should a shopkeeper mark on an article costing him 300 to gain 40% after allowing a discount of 30%?
- 10% of a product's cost price is Rs.1245.80. What would be the selling price if the product is sold at a loss of 15%? (rounded off to the nearest rupee)
- Jeeva purchased an article for Rs.2500 and sold it at 25% above cost and paid a tax of Rs.125. Find the post-tax profit in rupees.
- A milkman purchases 25 liters of milk from a dairy for Rs.800 and sells it at the rate of 33.50 per liter. What is the profit or loss %? (rounded off)
- The marked price of a product is Rs.280 more than the cost price. If 15% discount offered on the marked price and the profit percent on that product is 27....
- The marked price of a product is Rs.240 more than the cost price. If 15% discount offered on the marked price and the profit percent on that product is 27....
- Marked price of an article is Rs.800 more than the cost price. When the same article is sold at a discount of Rs.400, the profit percent earned is 25%. To ...
- Selling price of an article after a discount of 25% is Rs 450. If cost price is Rs 320 then marked price is what percent more than cost price of article?
- A shopkeeper marks the price of the article in such a way that after allowing 28% discount, he wants a gain of 12%. If the marked price is ₹224. then the...
- Cost of 4 pens, 6 note books and 9 files is Rs 305. Cost of 3 pens, 4 notebooks and 2 files is Rs 145. What is the cost (in Rs) of 5 pens, 8 notebooks and ...
- A and B started a partnership business investing in the ratio of 3 : 8. C joined them after 4 months with an amount equal to 3/4th of B. What was their pro...
- A and B invest in a business in the ratio 4 : 5. After 10 months B leaves the business after withdrawing his investment. In the first year the business mad...
- Oil equal to 20% of the weight of ground nut is extracted in a mill. The matter left after extraction is sold as cattle feed at the rate of Rs 12.5/kg. The...
- If a vendor sells a coconut at Rs 14.4 he makes 10% loss. If he wants to make 25% profit, then at what price (in Rs) should he sell?
- On a certain item profit is 150%. If the cost price increases by 25% what will be the new profit margin (in %)?
- On selling an article for ₹. 123.40, the gain is 20% more than the amount of loss incurred on selling it for Rs.108. If the article is sold for ₹.120.7...
- Remi earns a profit of 20% on selling an article at a certain price. If she sells the articles for ₹. 8 more, she will gain 30%. What is the original cos...
- A sold a watch to B at a profit of 20%. B sold it to C at 30% profit. C sold it to D at 10% loss. If B's profit is ₹.80 more than that of A, then D...
- A, B and C started a business. Twice the investment of A is equal to thrice the investment of B and also five times the investment of C. If the total profi...
- Shashi sells two articles for Rs.25000 each with no loss and no profit in the overall transaction. If one article is sold at 16(2/3)% loss, then the other ...
- When a person sold an article, his profit% is 40% of the selling price. If the cost price is increased by 50% and the selling price remains the same, then ...
- When a person sold an article, his profit% is 65% of the selling price. If the cost price is increased by 80% and the selling price remains the same, then ...
- A costs twice as much as B. A is sold at a loss of 15% and B is sold at 5/4th of its price. If selling price of A is Rs. 1350 more than selling price of B,...
- A costs thrice as much as B. A is sold at a loss of 15% and B is sold at 7/5th of its price. If selling price of A is Rs. 2300 more than selling price of B...
- On selling 21 bottles at Rs. 1620, there is a profit equal to the cost price of 6 bottles. The cost price of a bottle is
- If an article is sold at 25% discount at mark-price then loss percent is 10%. If the article is sold at marked price then what will be profit or loss perce...
- When the printer is sold for Rs. 34000, the owner loses 15%. At what price must that printer be sold in order to gain 15%?
- A shopkeeper gives 2 article free on the purchase of every 7 article he also allows a discount of 10% to customer and still earns 26% profit. Find the rati...
- A person buys 12 eggs for Rs.15 and sells them at 10 for Rs14. What does he gain or loss%?
- A man purchases some number of apples at the rate of 36 apple for Rs. 1. How many for a rupee did he sell to gain 12.5%.

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