A sells a watch to B and makes a loss of 12%. B makes a profit of by selling the watch to C. If A sells the watch to B at the cost of which C purchased it, then the percentage of loss or profit of A will be
1% loss
1% profit
2% loss
2% loss
A man buys 3 type-I cakes and 6 type-II cakes for Rs. 900. He sells type-I cakes at a profit of 15% and type-II cakes at a loss of 10%. If his overall profit is
100, 100
160, 70
180, 60
180, 60
If a person marks a product 25% above the cost price but allows 10% discount, then the percentage of profit is
35%
15%
17.5%
17.5%
The price of an antique is reduced by 20% and then this price is again reduced by 10%. The total reduction of the price
25%
30%
23%
23%
A builder purchases 25 downs at 25% off the total price of ₹ 1,20,000. If the builder receives an additional discount of ₹ 7500 for the purchase, then the cost of each window
₹ 3300
₹ 3100
₹ 3400
₹ 3400
A profit of 12% is made when a mobile phone is sold at ₹ P and there is 4% loss when the phone is sold at ₹ Q. Then Q : P is
1 : 1
4 : 5
6 : 7
6 : 7
A sells a cycle to B at a profit of 20% and B sells it to C at a loss of 25%. If C bought the cycle for ₹ P, then the cost price of it for A was
If the ratio of cost price to selling price is 10 : 11, then the rate of per cent of profit is
1.1%
0.1%
10%
10%
A store offers a variety of discounts that range between 20% and 25% inclusive. If a book is discounted to a price of ₹ 270, then its greatest possible original price was
₹ 345.5
₹ 324
₹ 360
₹ 360
C.
₹ 360
If we take discount value maximum then only we will be able to calculate the original price to their maximum extent.
If the price be Rs. x, then