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Question 1:

Kalyan bought an article for ₹ 6,400 and spent ₹ 600 on its repairs. He marked his article at 8 % above the overall cost price. If he sold the article for ₹ 6,426 after giving x % discount, then the value of x is:

Question 2:

A person loses 20%, when he sells a watch for ₹ 2,300. What is his profit percentage if he sells it for ₹ 3,231.50 ?

Question 3:

Shyamlal marks his goods at 35 % above the cost price and allows a discount of 5 %. What is his percentage gain ?

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 tradesman marks his goods 20% above the cost price and allows his customers 10% reduction on their bills. What percentage profit does he make?

Question 6:

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 7:

A shopkeeper marks his goods at 20% above the cost price and gives two successive discounts of 5% and 10%. The gain percentage is:

Question 8:

The cost of one chair is ₹ 450. Ravi buys 10 chairs for ₹ 3825. The discount per cent he gets in buying the 10 chairs is

Question 9:

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 10:

An article was sold for ₹ 1,225 after allowing a discount of 12.5%. If 9.5 % discount is given, then for how much will it be sold?