# Profit and Loss Questions

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##### Profit and Loss Questions

**By selling 20 metres of cloth, a man gains the selling price of 4 metres of cloth. The gain percent is:**

- 20%
**25%**- 30%
- 35%

**Ansh bought a shirt of marked price ₹225 at a discount of 20%. If he wants a profit of 30% then at what price he should sell the shirt?**

- ₹230
**₹234**- ₹256
- ₹286

**A fruit seller buys oranges at the rate of 3 for ₹2 and sells it at the rate of 4 for ₹3. His profit percent is:**

- 10%
**12.5%**- 25%
- 50%

**The owner of a cell phone shop gets 20% profit on the cost price. If a customer paid 9600 for a cell phone, then what is the cost price of the cell phone for shopkeeper?**

**8000**- 9000
- 7000
- 8500

**The cost price of an article is ₹390 and it is sold at a profit of 10 %, selling price of article is: **

- ₹410
**₹429**- ₹417
- ₹420

**The cost of an article was 75. The cost was first increased by 20% and later on it was reduced by 20%. The present cost of the article is:**

**72**- 60
- 75
- 90

**By selling an article for ₹72, there is a loss of 10%. At what price it should be sell to gain 10% profit? **

- ₹85
**₹88**- ₹80
- ₹90

**A shopkeeper sells a commodity at Rs.8400 and earns 20 % profit. Find the cost price of that commodity (in Rs.).**

**7000**- 11650
- 5800
- 8800

**If Chirag earns 25% more than Divit, what percent less does Divit earn than Chirag?**

- 16
- 10
**20**- 25

##### Profit and Loss Questions

**When an object is sold at Rs.16000, the loss is 20%. Find the cost price of the object.**

- 22,000
- 18,500
**20,000**- 19000

**If an article is sold at a gain of 6% instead of at a loss of 6%, then gift seller gets ₹6 more. The cost price of the article is:**

- ₹60
- ₹66
**₹50**- ₹36

**The percent profit made when an article is sold for ₹56 is thrice as when it is sold for ₹42. The cost price of the article is:**

- ₹28
- ₹49
- ₹25
**₹35**

**A shopkeeper gives two successive discounts of 7% each on the marked price of Rs. 20,000 of an article. The selling price (in Rs.) of the article is:**

- 18,927
**17,298**- 12,978
- 19,278

**The numerical value of the profit % is equal to the cost price of a book on selling it at Rs.96. So, how much profit (in Rs.) is there on selling it?**

- 30
- 26
**36**- 60

**If percentage of profit made, when an article is sold for Rs.78, is twice as when it is sold for Rs.69. the cost price of the article is:**

- Rs.51
- Rs.49
- Rs.57
**Rs.60**

**By selling 20 metres of cloth, a man gains the selling price of 4 metres of cloth. The gain percent is:**

**25%**- 30%
- 20%
- 35%

**By selling an article for Rs.72, there is a loss of 10%. In order to gain 5%, its selling price should be:**

- ₹ 85
**₹ 84**- ₹ 87
- ₹ 80

**If the ratio of cost price and selling price of an article are respectively 10:11, the profit percentage is:**

- 8%
- 1%
- 5%
**10%**

##### Profit and Loss Questions

**A dealer allows his customers a discount of 25% and still gains 25%. If an article costs Rs. 1,440 to the dealer, then its marked price is:**

- Rs. 1,850
- Rs. 1,500
- Rs. 2,560
**Rs. 2,400**

**The cost price of 25 books is equal to the selling price of 20 books. The profit percent is:**

**25%**- 22%
- 24%
- 20%

**A man buys two horses for Rs.1350. He sells one as to loss 6% and the other so as to gain 7.5%. On the whole he neither gains nor loses. What does each horse cost (in Rs.)?**

- 650, 700
**600, 750**- 500, 850
- 610, 740

**A shop keeper earns a profit of 12% on selling a book at 10% discount on the printed price. The ratio of cost price to the printed price of the book is**

**45:56**- 50: 61
- 99: 125
- None of these

**While selling a shirt, a shopkeeper gives a discount of 7%. If he gives discount of 9% he earns Rs. 15 less on profit. The market price of the shirt is:**

- 712
- 787
**750**- 697

**The shopkeepers announce the same price of Rs. 700 for a sewing machine. The first offers successive discounts of 30% and 6% while the second offers successive discounts of 20% and 16%. The difference in their selling price is**

**Rs. 9.8**- Rs. 16.8
- Rs. 22.4
- Rs. 36.4

**A shopkeeper earns a profit of 15% after selling a book at 20% discount on the printed price . The ratio of the cost price and printed price of the book is**

- 20:23
- 23:20
**16:23**- 23:16

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