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Question 1:

By selling an item for ₹ 3,750 a shopkeeper earned 25% profit. If the item had been sold for ₹ 300 more, then what would have been the profit percentage of the shopkeeper?

Question 2:

A shopkeeper marks his products 40% above their cost price. He sells 60% of the products at the marked price and the remaining at 65% discount on the marked price. His gain/loss in the whole transaction is:

Question 3:

A dealer sold an article at a loss of 4 %. Had he sold it for ₹ 120 more, he would have gained 8 %. To gain 11 %, he should sell the article for ?

Question 4:

After giving a discount of 20 % on the marked price of an article, it is sold for ₹ 120. Had the discount not been given, the profit would have been 20 %. What is the cost price of the article ?

Question 5:

A discount of 20 % on the price of an article is the same as a discount of 25 % on the price of another article. The prices of the two articles will be, respectively:

Question 6:

A shopkeeper has some toys. He sells two-third of the toys at a profit of 35 % and the remaining toys at 10 % loss. What is his overall percentage of profit ?

Question 7:

A man sells two articles at ₹ 9,180 each. He gains 8 % on one article and loses 15 % on the other. His overall profit or loss is:

Question 8:

On selling an article for ₹ 984, Arun loses 18%. In order to gain 15%, he must sell it for:

Question 9:

Jagat Singh sold an article for ₹ 6,000 and incurred a loss. Had he sold it for ₹ 7,400 , his profit would have been $\frac{2}{3}$ of the amount of loss that he incurred. At what price should he sell it to gain $25 \%$ profit?

Question 10:

An article was sold for ₹ 1,215 after giving a discount of 19%. If a discount of 17.5% is given, then for how much (in ₹) should the article be sold?