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    Simran gets a discount of 25% on Rs. 3600 oven. Since she pays cash, she gets additional 2% discount too. How much does she pay?

    A. Rs. 2864 B. Rs. 2468 C. Rs. 2548 D. Rs. 2646

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    Given: Actual price of the oven = Rs. 3200 Discount% = 20% and 5% Concept used: Selling price = Actual price × (100 - discount%)/100 Calculation

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    Simran gets a discount of 20% on an oven whose price is ₹3,200. Since she pays cash, she gets an additional 5% discount too. How much does she pay?

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    Given:

    Actual price of the oven = Rs. 3200

    Discount% = 20% and 5%

    Concept used:

    Selling price = Actual price × (100 - discount%)/100

    Calculation:

    Price after 1st discount = 3200 × 80%

    ⇒ Rs. 2560

    Price after 2nd discount = 2560 × 95%

    ⇒ Rs. 2432

    So, she paid = Rs. 2432

    ∴ She paid Rs. 2432.

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    PROFIT & LOSS, DISCOUNT

    1. An apple costs Rs.1.75 and an orange costs Rs.1.50. What will be the

    total cost of 3 dozens of apples and 2 dozens of oranges?

    A.) Rs.99 B.) Rs.63 C.) Rs.36 D.) Rs.100

    2. Two motor cars were sold for Rs.9900 each gaining 10% on one and

    losing 10% on the other. The gain or loss percent in the whole

    transaction is

    A.) Neither loss nor gain B.) 1% profit C.) 100/99% profit

    D.) 1% loss

    3. By selling an article for Rs.240, a person loses 20%. To gain 20%, he

    should sell it for A.) Rs.360 B.) Rs.288 C.) Rs.280 D.) Rs.300

    4. A bought 5 pencils for Rs.4 and sells 4 pencils for Rs.4. The gain per

    cent in the transaction is A.) 25% B.) 20% C.) 56 ¼% D.) 50%

    5. If the ratio of the cost price and the selling price is 5 : 6, the gain per

    cent is A.) 20% B.) 33 1/3% C.) 25% D.) 30%

    6. If the cost price of 12 oranges is equal to selling price of 10 oranges,

    then the percentage of profit is A.) 16

    % B.) 20% C.) 18% D.) 25%

    7.

    A trader’s marked price is 30% above the cost price. He allows his

    customers 10% discount on the marked price. What profit does he

    make? A.) 17% B.) 18% C.) 16% D.) 19%

    8. If the selling price of 16 items is same as the cost price of 20 items,

    then there is a

    A.) loss of 20% B.) loss of 25% C.) gain of 20% D.) Gain of 25%

    9. If the cost of one watch, one plain sheet and one book together is

    Rs.480 and the cost of five plain sheets and four books is Rs.550, what

    will be the cost of three books and a pen?

    A.) Rs.480 B.) Rs.520 C.) Rs.665 D.) Data inadequate

    10. 100 oranges are bought for Rs.350 and sold at the rate of Rs.48 per

    dozen. The percentage of profit or loss is

    A.) 15% loss B.) 15% gain C.) 14 2/7% loss D.) 14 2/7% profit

    11. An item costing Rs.840 was sold by a shopkeeper at a gain of 10%

    and it was again sold by the new buyer at a loss of 5%. Final selling price

    of the item is

    A.) Rs.877.80 B.) Rs.798 C.) Rs.924 D.) Rs.37.80

    12. A man bought a second-hand typewriter for Rs.1200 and spent

    Rs.200 on its repairs. He sold it for Rs.1680. His profit per cent is

    A.) 20% B.) 10% C.) 8% D.) 16%

    13. An article is sold at a profit of 20%. If it had been sold at a profit of

    25%, it would have fetched Rs.35 more. The cost price of the article is

    A.) Rs.650 B.) Rs.700 C.) Rs.750 D.) Rs.800

    14. Some articles were bought at 6 for Rs.5 and sold at 5 for Rs.6. Gain

    is A.) 5% B.) 6% C.) 30% D.) 44%

    15. A trader marked the price of his commodity so as to include a profit

    of 25%. He allowed discount of 16% on the marked price. His actual

    profit was A.) 5% B.) 9% C.) 16% D.) 25%

    16. By giving a discount of 10% on the marked price of Rs.1100 of a

    cycle, a dealer gains 10%. The cost price of the cycle is

    A.) Rs.1100 B.) Rs.900 C.) Rs.1089 D.) Rs.891

    17. A trader marks his goods at 20% above the cost price. If he allows a

    discount of 5% on the marked price, what profit percent does he make?

    A.) 14% B.) 16% C.) 18% D.) 20%

    18. A discount of 14% on the marked price of an article is allowed and

    then the article is sold for Rs.387. The marked price of the article is

    A.) Rs.450 B.) Rs.427 C.) Rs.500 D.) Rs.440

    19. A man sells two tables at the same price. On one he makes a profit

    of 10% and on the other he suffers a loss of 10%. His loss percent on

    the whole transaction is A.) 0 B.) 1 C.) 2 D.) 3

    20. If the cost price of 50 oranges is equal to the selling price of 40

    oranges, then the profit percent is A.) 5 B.) 10 C.) 20 D.) 25

    21. 7000 bricks were purchased for Rs.5740. The cost of transportation

    of these bricks to construction sight was Rs.805. What was the overall

    cost per thousand bricks?

    A.) Rs.935 B.) Rs.6545 C.) Rs.812.50 D.) Rs. 654.50

    22. Chamanlal purchased 20 dozen note books @ Rs.48 per dozen. He

    sold 8 dozen at 10% profit and the remaining12 dozens with 20% profit.

    What is the profit percentage in this transaction?

    A.) 15 B.) 7.68 C.) 16 D.) 19.2

    23. A ball pen factory decided to reduce its production by 10% over that

    of previous month for next 3 months starting from February 1999. In

    January 1999, it produced 3000 ball pens. How many ball pens were

    produced in March1999?

    A.) 2700 B.) 2430 C.) 2187 D.) 2400

    24. A customer purchased an office bag with a price tag of Rs.600 in a

    sale where 25% discount was being offered on the tag price. The

    customer was given a further discount of 10% on the amount arrived at

    after giving usual 25% discount. What was the final amount paid by the

    customer? A.) Rs.390 B.) Rs.405 C.) Rs.540 D.) Rs.565

    25. A fruit seller buys lemons at 2 for a rupee and sells them at 5 for

    three rupees. His gain per cent is

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