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## Quantitative Aptitude : Profit and Loss

#### Multiple Choice Questions

21.

Successive discount of 20% and 10% is given on an item of ₹700, find the selling price.

• 504

• 196

• 582

• 582

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22.

A reduction of 20% in the price of rice enable a buyer to buy 5 kg more for ₹ 1200. The reduced price per kg of rice will be

• 36

• 45

• 48

• 48

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23.

A shopkeeper buys 80 articles for ₹2400 and sells them for a profit of 16%. Find the selling price of an article.

• ₹ 36.40

• ₹ 34.80

• ₹ 35.60

• ₹ 35.60

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24.

A dealer sold a bicycle at a profit of 10%. Had he brought the bicycle at 10% less and sold it at a price ₹60 more, he would have gained 25%. The cost price of the bicycle was

• ₹ 2200

• ₹ 2000

• ₹ 2400

• ₹ 2400

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25.

A librarian purchased 50 story-books for his library. But he saw that he could get 14 more books by spending ₹ 76 more and the average price per book would be reduced by ₹ 1. The average price (in ₹) of each book he bought, was

• 20

• 25

• 15

• 15

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26.

A dealer buys an article listed at ₹ 100 and gets successive discounts of 10% and 20%. He spends 10% of the cost price on transportation. At what price should he sell the article to earn a profit of 15%.

• ₹ 91.08

• ₹ 92.00

• ₹ 90.80

• ₹ 90.80

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27.

A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% on the marked price of a camera. Marked price of the camera, which cost him ₹ 600, to make a profit of 20% should be

• ₹ 800

• ₹ 700

• ₹ 650

• ₹ 650

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28.

A merchant advertise 10% off on the items bought from his store. The total discount got by a customer who bought a cooker worth ₹ 650, a heater worth ₹ 500 and a bag worth ₹ 65 is

• ₹ 120.50

• ₹ 123.50

• ₹ 128.50

• ₹ 128.50

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29.

20% raise of price followed by a discount of 25% of the raised portion will

• increase the price by 10%

• decrease the price by 5%

• increases the price by 15%

• increases the price by 15%

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30.

By selling an article for ₹ 450, a man loses 10%. The gain or loss per cent if he sells it for ₹ 540 is

• loss 8%

• gain 9%

• loss 9%

• loss 9%

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