A dealer allows his customer a discount of 25% and still gains 25%. If the cost price of a radio is Rs. 1,440, its marked price is
Rs. 2500
Rs. 2440
Rs. 2400
Rs. 2400
The selling price of an article after giving two successive discounts of 10% and 5% on the marked price is Rs. 171. What is its marked price?
Rs. 200
Rs. 220
Rs. 240
Rs. 240
A dealer buys an article marked at Rs. 25,000 with successive discounts of 20% and 5%. If he spends Rs. 1,000 on its repairs and sells it for Rs. 25,000, then his gain percent is
20
25
30
30
How much per cent above the cost price must a dealer mark his goods so that he gains 10% after allowing a discount of 10% on the marked price?
20
21
If an article is sold at a gain of 5% instead of being sold at a loss of 5%, one gets Rs. 5 more. What is the cost price of the article?
Rs. 100
Rs. 105
Rs. 50
Rs. 50
C.
Rs. 50
Shortcut Method:
(5 - (-5))% = 5
10% = 5
A man buys a chair and a table for Rs. 6000. He sells the chair at a loss of 10% and the table at a gain of 10%. He still gains Rs. 100 on the whole. The cost price of the chair is
Rs. 2500
Rs. 2850
Rs. 3050
Rs. 3050
Two successive discounts of 10% and 20% are equivalent to a single discount of
30%
28%
26%
26%
A salesman sells an article at 20% loss. If he charges Rs. 100 more, his profit will be 5%. The cost price (in rupees) of the article is
500
400
380
380
A man purchased some fruits for Rs. 1000. He sold fruits worth Rs.400 at 10% profit. At what profit per cent, must he sell the rest in order to gain 20% on the whole?
25
30
30
Two adjacent sides of a rectangle are in the ratio 4 : 3 If its area is 192 m^{2}, then its perimeter (in metre) is
28
36
56
56