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## Quantitative Aptitude : Profit and Loss

#### Multiple Choice Questions

61.

Pooja wants to sell a watch at a profit of 20%. She bought it at 10% less and sold it at ₹ 30 less, but still she gained 20%. The cost price of watch is

• ₹ 240

• ₹ 220

• ₹ 250

• ₹ 250

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62.

Mr. x and Mr. y each bought the same motorcycle using a 10% off coupon. Mr. x's cashier took 10% off the price and then added 8.5% sales tax whereas Mr. y's cashier first added the sales tax and then took 10% off the total price. The amount Mr. x paid is

• less by ₹ 550 as the amount Mr. y paid

• same as the amount Mr. y paid

• greater by ₹ 85 as the amount Mr. y paid

• greater by ₹ 85 as the amount Mr. y paid

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63.

A shopkeeper sold his goods at half the list price and thus lost 20%. If he had sold on the listed price, his gain percentage would be

• 60%

• 20%

• 72%

• 72%

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64.

A person purchased a saree for ₹ 7710 after availing a net discount of ₹ 1285. The percentage of discount, the saree shop offers, is

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65.

A cycle dealer offers a discount of 10% and still makes a profit of 26%. What does he pay for a cycle whose marked price is ₹ 840?

• ₹ 600

• ₹ 650

• ₹ 700

• ₹ 700

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66.

If the cost price of an item is two fifth of its marked price and if it is sold at a discount of 10%, then there will be

• 25% profit

• 40% profit

• 50% profit

• 50% profit

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67.

There is a profit of 20% on the cost price of an article. The % of profit, when calculated on selling price is

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68.

An item costing ₹ 200 is being sold at 10% less. If the price is further reduced by 5%, the selling price will be

• ₹ 170

• ₹ 171

• ₹ 175

• ₹ 175

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69.

By selling an article for ₹ 102,  there is a loss of 15% when the article is sold for ₹ 134.40, the net result in the transaction is

• 12% gain

• 12% loss

• 10% loss

• 10% loss

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70.

Two toys are sold at ₹ 504 each. One toy brings the dealer a gain of 12% and the other a loss of 4%. The gain or loss per cent by selling both the toys is

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