Q1. By selling an item at a certain price, a merchant gains 20%. If he sells it at the double price, then the profit percentage will be?
|A. 100||B. 40|
|C. 120||D. 140|
Q2. The profit earned by selling 18 bicycles for Rs. 16,800 is equal to the cost price of 3 bicycles. What is the cost price of a bicycle?
|A. 800||B. 750|
|C. 700||D. 650|
Q3. A fruit seller sold mangoes at a rate of 12 for Rs. 57 and bought at a rate of 8 for Rs. 34. In order to get a net profit of Rs. 45, how many mangoes should be sold?
|A. 135||B. 150|
|C. 90||D. 100|
Q4. A retailer sold furniture at a discount of 5% and obtained a profit of 23.5%. What would be the profit percentage earned if no discount was offered?
|A. 28.5||B. 30|
|C. None of these||D. 24.5|
Q5. Govind purchased 20 kg of pulses at a rate of Rs. 14.25 per kg and 30 kg of pulses at a rate of Rs. 11.50 per kg. He decided to mix the two and sold the mixture.To make a profit of 30%, what price per kg should he sell the mixture?
|A. 15.60||B. 18.20|
|C. 14.80||D. 16.38|
Q6. P sells a bike to Q at a profit of 20%. Q decides to sell it to R at a profit of 25%. If R pays Rs. 255 for it, find the cost price of the bike for P?
|A. 125||B. 120|
|C. 150||D. 110|
Q7. A shopkeeper bought a bag full of toys at a rate of 7 for Rs. 9 and sold all of them at a rate of 8 for Rs.11. In this entire process, he gained Rs. 10. Can you find how many toys are there in the bag?
|A. 115||B. 112|
|C. 114||D. 100|