## 1. Offer A: Buy one item for Rs. 1599/- and get one free. Offer B: Buy one item for Rs. 999/- and get another at 50% discount.

- A. A is cheaper and B is costlier
- B. A is costlier and B is cheaperAns
- C. Cost is same in both cases
- D. A and B are not comparable

## 2. After allowing a discount of 20% on Marked price Kishore makes a profit of 12%. What percentage is the Marked price above the Cost price?

- A. 40%
- B. 32%
- C. 25%Ans
- D. 8%

## 3. If Reena sold 12 mobile phones for Rs. 188,160 which cost Rs. 14,056 per phone, what was the total profit made by her?

- A. Rs. 19,488 Ans
- B. Rs. 17,621
- C. Rs. 21,014
- D. Rs. 18,958

## 4. The cost of one dozen bananas is Rs. 5. The cost of one dozen oranges is Rs. 75. What will the cost of one and a quarter dozen bananas and three-fourth dozen oranges?

- A. Rs. 112.50 Ans
- B. Rs. 131.25
- C. Rs. 102.50
- D. Rs. 93.75

## 5. If cost price of 5 cars is equal to selling price of 4 cars. Find the percentage of profit or loss.

- A. 10% Profit
- B. 10% Loss
- C. 25% Profit Ans
- D. 25% Loss

## 6. Pushpa bought 2 dozen pens in 480 and sold a packet of Rs. 100 per packet of 4 pan. What will be its profit%?

- A. 20%
- B. 16%
- C. 18%
- D. 25%Ans

## 7.Anil bought 100 eggs at Rs.6 per egg. He sold 25 eggs at 10% profit, another 25 eggs at 25% loss and the balance 50 eggs at 20% profit. Find the overall profit or loss percent Anil made?

- A. 6.25% loss
- B. 6.25% profitAns
- C. 8% profit
- D. 12% loss

## 8.The cash difference between the selling price of an article at a profit of 2% and 16% is Rs. 3. The ratio of two selling prices is:

- A. 51:58 -Ans
- B. 51:53
- C. 57:58
- D. 55:58

## 9.Aparna changes the marked price of an item to 50% above its C.P. What % of discount allowed in approximately to gain 10%?

- A. 27% -Ans
- B. 25%
- C. 35%
- D. 37%

## 10. Ritesh sold a pen for Rs. 36 with a profit of 20%. If it were sold for Rs. 33, then what could be the percentage of profit or loss?

- A. 10% Profit -Ans
- B. 15% Profit
- C. 12% Loss
- D. 18% Loss

## 11. Vikash purchased 5 bananas for Rs. 4 and sold 4 bananas for Rs. 5. Calculate his % profit?

- A. 55.56%
- B. 53.25%
- C. 45.50%
- D. 56.25%-Ans

## 12. Naveen purchased a gas cylinder and a stove for Rs 4500.He sold the gas cylinder at a gain of 25% and the stove at a loss of 20%, still gaining 4% on the whole. Find the cost of the gas cylinder.

- A. Rs.3600
- B. Rs.2400 -Ans
- C. Rs.3000
- D. Rs.2600

## 13. Neeraj's earning was decreased by 60% and after that subsequently increased by 60%. Find the final loss % on his earnings?

- A. 12%
- B. 36% -Ans
- C. 4%
- D 5%

## 14. Ram Naresh got two successive discounts, a bag with a list price of Rs. 400 is available at Rs. 160. If the second discount is 20%, find the first discount.

- A. 40%
- B. 30%
- C. 50%-Ans
- D. 80%

## 15. Deepak sells all his goods available in his shop At the cost price Out he cheats his coustumer and give 20% less goods as he should give. Find his % profit.

- A. 30%
- B. 33%
- C. 25% -Ans
- D. 20%

## 16. Mohan invested Rs. 100,000 in a garment business. After few months, Sohan joined him with Rs. 40000. At the end of the year, the total profit was divided between them in ratio 3 : 1. After how many months did Sohan join the business?

## 17. In what ratio should Darjeeling Tea costing Rs. 400 per kg be mixed with Assam Tea costing Rs. 300 per kg, so that by selling the mixture at Rs. 408 per kg, there is a gain of 20%?

- A. 1:2
- B. 2:3 -Ans
- C. 2:5
- D. 1:6

## 18. How much is the maximum % discount that Sheela can offer to her customer on her Marked Price so that she sells her product at no profit or loss, if she had already marked her product by 25% more than the cost price?

- A 2596
- B. 20%
- c.30%
- D. 40%

## 19. How much is the maximum % discount that Sheela can offer to her customer on her Marked Price so that she sells her product at no profit or loss, if she had already marked her product by 25% more than the cost price?

- A 25%
- B. 20%-Ans
- c.30%
- D. 40%

## 20. Ramesh purchased a memory card at a price of Rs. 625 including the sales tax. The rate of sales tax is 25%. If the seller has made a gain of 50%, then the cost price of the memory card is:

- A. Rs. 333 -Ans
- B. Rs. 310
- C. Rs. 350
- D. Rs. 360

## 21. Neeraj purchased a few shirts for his shop at cost prices ranging from Rs. 400 to Rs. 550 and sold at prices ranging from Rs. 450 to Rs. 650. What is the maximum profit that might be made in selling 10 shirts?

- A. Rs. 2800
- B. Rs. 2500 -Ans
- C. Rs. 2400
- D. Rs. 2000

## 22. Ramdas invested Rs. 90000 in a cosmetic business. After few months, Shyamdas joined him with Rs. 30000. At the end of the year, the total profit was divided between them in ratio 4:1. After how many months did Shyamdas joined business?

## 23. Manish purchased mobile phone and got 50% concession on the marked price of the phone and sold it for Rs. 8100 with 3596 profit on the price he bought. What was the marked price?

- A. Rs. 8000
- B. Rs. 12000 -Ans
- C. Rs. 10000
- D. Rs. 9000

## 24. Karan purchased one dozen pens for Rs. 120/- and sold a pack of 3 pens for Rs. 35/- each. What is his gain?

- A. 16.67% -Ans
- B. 20%
- C. 15%
- D. 33.33%

## 25. K purchased a table for Rs. 11,000 and sold it for Rs. 13,500. What is his gain in percentage?

- A. 19.8%
- B. 20.6%
- C. 22.7% -Ans
- D. 22%

## 26. A table was sold at a profit of 10%. If its cost price was 5% less and it was sold for Rs. 7 more, the gain would have been 20%. Find the cost price of the table.

- A. Rs. 175 -Ans
- B. Rs. 200
- C. Rs. 250
- D. Rs. 150

## 27. A shopkeeper marks the price of an article at Rs. 320. Find the cost price if after allowing a discount of 10%, he still gains 20% on the cost price.

- A. Rs. 240
- B. Rs. 280 -Ans
- C. Rs. 300
- D. Rs. 264

## 28. The sum of digits of a two-digit number is 9. When the digits are reversed, the number decreases by 45. Find the changed number.

- A. 45
- B. 72
- C. 63
- D. 27 –Ans

## 29. A piece of cloth costs Rs. 35. If the piece were 4 m longer and each meter were to cost Rs. 1 lesser, then the total cost would remain unchanged. How long is the piece of cloth?

- A. 10 m -Ans
- B. 14 m
- C. 12 m
- D. 8 m

## 30. A trader marks his goods at 20% above cost price. If he allows a discount of 5% what is his final profit%?

- A. 12%
- B. 14% -Ans
- C. 15%
- D. 18%

## 31. The price of 4 1/2 m of cloth is Rs.60 3/4. Find the cost per meter.

- A. 15 1/2
- B. 13 1/2 -Ans
- C. 14 3/4
- D. 13 3/4

## 32. Cost price of 25 chairs equals the selling Price of 20chair find the profit %

- A. 20%
- B. 33%
- C. 25% -Ans
- D. 12.5%

## 33. Find the cost in rupees for carpeting a room 65dm x 30dm at Rs.45 per sq.m

- A. 877.50 -Ans
- B. 87750
- C. 87.75
- D. 8775

## 34. By selling 90 chocolates for Rs.160, a chocolate trader loses 20%. How many chocolates should he sell for Rs.96 to make a profit of 20%?

## 35. Yash sells vegetables at 40 per kg and incurs a loss of 10%. If the total loss incurred is 144, what is the weight of vegetables sold? (Rounded off)

- A. 36 kg
- B. 32.40 kg -Ans
- C. 35 kg
- D. 39.2 kg

## 36. Manu sold a dozen watches for Rs.1454.64 per watch and made a profit of 16%. Find the cost price of the watches?

- A. 1254.00
- B. 1362.36
- C. 15048.00 -Ans
- D. 16348.32

## 37. A trader bought 10 kg of tea at Rs.400 per kg. He sold half the quantity at 20% loss and remaining at 10% profit. What was his net profit or loss in percentage?

- A. 5% loss -Ans
- B. 5% gain
- C. 10% loss
- D. 10% gain

## 38. A shop keeper purchased 10 kg of rice and 20 kg of sugar at Rs. 75 and Rs. 85 per kg respectively. On selling, he gained 20% on rice and 10% on sugar. What was the total sale price?

- A. Rs. 2,695
- B. Rs. 2,770 -Ans
- C. Rs. 2,800
- D. Rs. 2,750

## 39. The cash difference between the selling price of an article at a profit of 2% and 14% is Rs.3. The ratio of two selling prices is:

- A. 17:19 -Ans
- B. 17:20
- C. 19:20
- D. 17:53

## 40. Mr. Piyush sold a bus for Rs.3400 with a loss of 15%. At what price should the bus be sold to get a profit of 15%?

- A. 4500
- B. 4300
- C. 4700
- D. 4600-Ans

## 41. A shopkeeper cheats to the extent of 9% while buying and selling fruits, by using tampered weights. His total gain in percentage is:

- A. 18.25
- B. 18.81 -Ans
- C. 18.75
- D. 18.5

## 42. A shopkeeper marks the price of an article at Rs. 320. Find the cost price if after allowing a discount of 10%, he still gains 20% on the cost price.

- A. Rs. 240 -Ans
- B. Rs. 280
- C. Rs. 300
- D. Rs. 264

## 43. A table was sold at a profit of 10%. If its cost price was 5% less and it was sold for Rs. 7 more, the gain would have been 20%. Find the cost price of the table.

- A. Rs. 175 -Ans
- B. Rs. 200
- C. Rs. 250
- D. Rs. 150

## 44. P bought an article for Rs. 1600 and sold it at a profit of 10%. What would have been the increase in the profit percent if it was sold for Rs. 1840?

- A. 5% -Ans
- B. 10%
- C. 12%
- D. 15%

## 45. The cash difference between the selling price of an article at a profit of 2% and 12% is Rs.3. The ratio of two selling prices is:

- A. 51:56 -Ans
- B. 51:53
- C. 52:53
- D. 55:56

## 46. A shopkeeper cheats to the extent of 8% while buying and selling fruits, by using tampered weights, his total gain in percentage is:

- A. 16.25
- B. 16.64 -Ans
- C. 16.75
- D. 16.5

## 47. Mr. Akshar sold a bus for Rs. 20,400 with a loss of 15%. At what price should the bus be sold to get a profit of 15%?

- A. Rs. 27,400
- B. Rs. 27,300
- C. Rs. 27,500
- D. Rs. 27,600 –Ans

## 48. If the cost price of 120 articles is equal to the selling price of 80 articles, find the profit percent.

- A. 33.33%
- B. 40%
- C. 50% -Ans
- D. 60%

## 49. The price of 12 kg of sugar is equal to that of 6 kg of rice. The price of 10 kg of sugar and 8 kg of rice Rs. 1040. Find the price 1 kg of sugar.

- A. Rs. 80
- B. Rs. 70
- C. Rs. 60
- D. Rs. 40 -Ans

## 50. A trader bought a bag of 40 kg of basmati rice at Rs. 125 per kg and another bag of 60 kg at Rs. 150 per kg. He sold the entire stock at a profit of 20%. Find the selling price per kg.

- A. Rs. 152
- B. Rs. 158
- C. Rs. 168 -Ans
- D. Rs. 172

## 51. An article was sold for Rs.3,600 at a discount of 10%. Find the selling price if the discount was 15%.

- A. Rs. 3,600
- B. Rs. 4,000
- C. Rs. 3,800
- D. Rs. 3,400 -Ans

## 52. An article was sold for Rs. 2,400 at a discount of 20%. Find the selling price, if the discount was 25%.

- A. Rs. 2,250 -Ans
- B. Rs. 2,000
- C. Rs. 1.800
- D. Rs. 2,150

## 53. A product was sold for Rs. 4,500 at a profit of 12.5%. What was the amount of profit?

- A. Rs. 125
- B. Rs. 250
- C. Rs. 500 -Ans
- D. Rs. 300