Profit-Loss

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A man sold an article at a loss of 20%. If he sells the article for Rs 12 more, he would have gained 10%. The cost price of the article is……………
Rs 60
no
Rs 40
yes
Rs 30
no
Rs 22
no
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On selling an article for Rs 170, a shopkeeper loses 15%. In order to gain 20%, he must sell that article at rupees…………..
210
no
215.50
no
212.50
no
240
yes
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What single discount is equivalent to two successive discounts of 20% and 15%?

35%
no
32%
yes
34%
no
30%
no
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A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% to his customers and still gains 20%. Find the marked price of the article which costs Rs 450 to shopkeeper.
Rs 600
yes
Rs 540
no
Rs 660
no
Rs 580
no
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A bag is sold for 935 Rs at a profit of 10%. What would have been the actual loss if it had been sold for 835 Rs?
85 Rs
no
60 Rs
no
15 Rs
yes
50 Rs
no
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A plate was sold for Rs 6300 after giving two successive discounts of 12.5% and 10%. Find the marked price.
7300 Rs
no
7700 Rs
no
8000 Rs
yes
7250 Rs
no
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A sold an article to B at 20% profit and B sold it to C at 15% loss. If A sold it to C at the selling price of B, then A would make..........
5% profit
no
2% profit
yes
2% loss
no
5% loss
no
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The list price of a shirt is Rs 440 and a customer pays Rs 396 for it. The discount rate is......
10%
yes
10.5%
no
20%
no
12%
no
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If the cost price of 6 articles is equal to the selling price of 4 articles, then gain percent is........
33%
no
50%
yes
66%
no
75%
no
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 Which of the following successive discounts is better to a customer?
a. 20%, 15%, 10%
b. 25%, 12%, 8%
A is better
no
B is better
yes
Both are same
no
Can’t be determined without knowing cost price
no
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