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 | ||

2% profit | ||

2% loss | ||

5% loss |

The list price of a shirt is Rs 440 and a customer pays Rs 396 for it. The discount rate is......

10% | ||

10.5% | ||

20% | ||

12% |

A shopkeeper listed the price of goods at 30% above the cost price. He sells half the stock at this price, one fourth of the stock at a discount of 15% and the remaining at 30% discount. His overall profit is........

15 3/8 % | ||

15% | ||

15 3/5% | ||

15 2/3% |

If the cost price of 6 articles is equal to the selling price of 4 articles, then gain percent is........

33% | ||

50% | ||

66% | ||

75% |

A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% on the marked price of an item but charges a sales tax of 8% on the discounted price. If the customer pays Rs 3402 as the price including the sales tax, then the marked price is........

3400 Rs | ||

3500 Rs | ||

3600 Rs | ||

3800 Rs |

By selling 9 articles for a rupee, a man incurred a loss of 4%. To make a gain of 44%, the number if articles to be sold for a rupee is.......

5 | ||

4 | ||

3 | ||

6 |

Which of the following successive discounts is better to a customer?

a. 20%, 15%, 10%

b. 25%, 12%, 8%

A is better | ||

B is better | ||

Both are same | ||

Can’t be determined without knowing cost price |

The marked price of a food processor is 1600 Rs. The shopkeeper gives successive discount of 10% and a% to the customer. If the customer pays 1224 Rs for the food processor, find the value of ‘a’……………

8% | ||

10% | ||

12% | ||

15% |

A shopkeeper marks the price of an article at Rs 80. What will be the selling price, if he allows two successive discounts at 5% each?

7.2 Rs | ||

72.2 Rs | ||

72 Rs | ||

85 Rs |

Kapil bought a mobile with 20% discount on the labelled price. Had he bought it with 30% discount he would have saved 800 Rs. The value of the mobile that he bought is...........

5000 | ||

8000 | ||

9000 | ||

10000 |