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Question 1:

The cost price of a perfume is ₹ 720. If the discount offered by a shopkeeper is 15 %, then what is the selling price of the perfume?

Question 2:

A trader sells an article for ₹ 498 after offering a discount of 17% on its marked price. Had he not offered any discount, he would have earned a profit of 25%. What is the cost price (in ₹) of the article?

Question 3:

If the ratio of the cost price to the selling price is 5: 7, then what is the profit percentage?

Question 4:

A man bought 30 litres of milk at the rate of ₹ 50 per litre. After spending ₹ 15 for churning the milk, he obtained 4 Kg of cream and 30 litres of toned milk. If he sold the cream at ₹ 300 per kg and toned milk at ₹ 40 per litre, what is his profit percentage?

Question 5:

A vendor bought 25 dozen fruits for ₹ 3,750. Out of these, 50 fruits were rotten and therefore thrown away. At what rate per dozen (in ₹) should he sell the remaining to gain 20% in the entire transaction?

Question 6:

If A bought an item for ₹ 384 and sold for ₹ 527 and B bought another item for ₹ 1264 and sold for ₹ 1724, whose gain percentage is more and by how much approximately?

Question 7:

Arun Kumar bought 8 pieces of TV sets at ₹ 24,000 each and sold all 8 pieces at a total price of ₹ 2,26,560. What was his profit percentage or loss percentage?

Question 8:

A dealer marked the price of an item 50 % above the cost price. He allowed three successive discounts of 10%, 15% and 20% to a particular customer. As a result, he incurred a loss of ₹ 410. At what price (in ₹) did he sell the item to the said customer?

Question 9:

A person lost 15 % by selling an item for ₹ 5,270. If he had sold the item for ₹ 6,324 , then what would his profit or loss percentage have been?

Question 10:

A student purchased a box of pencils at the rate of ₹ 35 for 10 pencils and sold all of them at the rate of ₹ 54 for 9 pencils. In this transaction, he gained ₹ 350. How many pencils did the box contain?