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## Quantitative Aptitude : Profit and Loss

#### Multiple Choice Questions

201.

A dealer offered a machine for sale for ₹ 27500 but even if he had charged 10% less, he would have made a profit of 10%. The actual cost of the machine is

• ₹ 22000

• ₹ 24250

• ₹ 22500

• ₹ 22275

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202.

A man makes a profit of 20% on the sale by selling 20 articles for ₹ 1, the number of articles he bought by ₹ 1 is

• 20

• 24

• 25

• 30

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203.

A man buys one table and one chair for ₹ 500. He sells the table at a loss of 10% and the chair at a gain of 10%. He still gains ₹

• ₹ 300

• ₹ 350

• ₹ 200

• ₹ 250

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204.

The marked price of a shop keeper for an article is 30% higher than the cost price. If he sells the article allowing 10% discount to customers, then the gain percent will be

• 15

• 17

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205.

A grain dealer cheats to the extent of 10% while buying as well as selling by using false weights. His total profit percentage is

• 21

• 23

• 25

• 20

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206.

The marked price of a table is ₹ 12000. If it was sold for ₹10500 after allowing a certain discount, then the rate of discount is

• 10%

• 12.5%

• 15%

• 17.5%

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207.

The selling price of 20 articles is equal to the cost price of 22 articles. The gain percentage is

• 12%

• 9%

• 10%

• 11%

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208.

An article is sold for ₹ 300 at a profit of 20%. Had it been sold for ₹ 235, the loss of percentage would have been

• 3

• 5

• 6

• 16

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209.

The marked price of a radio set is ₹ 480. The shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% and gain 8%. If no discount is allowed, his gain per cent would be

• 18%

• 18.5%

• 20%

• 25%

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210.

A dozen pairs of socks quoted at ₹ 180 are available at discount of 20%. How many pairs of socks can be bought for ₹ 48?

• 4 pairs

• 2 pairs

• 5 pairs

• 3 pairs

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