Type-1 |

1) An article of cost price Rs 8000 is marked at Rs 11200. After allowing X% discount a profit of 12% is made. The value of X is:- a)21%,b)20%,c)22%d)23%. |

2) The price of sugar is increased by 20% then reduced by 20%. If the reduced price is 10.80 per kg. Find the original price of 8 kg of sugar. a) 75,b)180,c)80,d) none of these. |

3)A trader marks a television with rice which is 20% more than the cost price and allows a discount of 10% on cash. Find his gain in percentage. a) 8%,b)15%,c)10%d)12%. |

4)A dealer allows a discount of 10% on the marked price. Then again a discount of 20% is allowed. Find a single discount equivalent to the above discount. a)35%, b)55% c)70% d)50%. |

5)A dealer buys an article for Rs 380. At what price must the dealer mark it so that after allowing a discount of 5% he still makes a profit of 25%?. a) Rs 500,b)400,c)300,d)600. |

6) A trader marks his goods 405 above cost price and allows a discount of 25%. The profit he makes is:-a) 15%,b)10%,c)5%,d)2%. |

7)A trader marks his good 20% higher then the cost price and then gives 20% discount on the marked price. The profit or loss for selling the products is:- a) 4%L,b)10%P,c)4%P,d)10%L. |

8)The mark price of a shop keeper of an article is 30% higher than the cost price. If he sells the article allowing 10% discount to customers, then the gain % will be:- a) 17%,b)15%, c) 25/2%,d)50/3%. |

9)A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% to his customers and still gains 20%. Find the marked price of the article which cost Rs 450.a)600,b)540,c)660,d)580. |

10)What is the maximum discount that a merchant can offer on his marked price so that he ends up selling at no profit or loss, if he initially marked his goods up by 40%. a)33.5%,b)28.5%,c)60%,d)None of these. |

TYPE-2 |

1) A shopkeeper offers a discount of 10% on his articles. The marked price of the article is Rs 450. Find the selling price of the article. a)405,b)400,c)395,d)410. |

2) A loses of 10% by selling an article for Rs 180. What price should he sell it to gain 10%? a) Rs200,b)216,c)220,d)217.80. |

3)A pair of article was brought for Rs 37.40 at a discount of 155, What must be the marked price of each of the articles? a) Rs11, b) 44,c) 33,d)22. |

4)The marked price of a book is Rs 1920. The book shop owner alows a discount of 20% and gains 28%. If no discount is allowed what is his gain percentage? a) 38%,b)48%,c)50%,d)60%. |

5)The profit earned by a shopkeeper by selling an article at a gain of 8% is Rs 28 more than when he sells it at a loss of 8%. The cost price of the article is. a) Rs170,b)190,c)175,d)165. |

6)A dealer allows his customers a discount of 25 % and still gains 25%. If the cost price of the article is Rs 720, Then the marked price is:- a) Rs1400,b)1300,c)1200,d)1100. |

7)The difference of selling price of and article at profits of 25% and 20% is Rs 10. The cost price of that article is:-a) 150, b)200,c)250, d)110. |

8)A shopkeeper marks his article at Rs 60 and sells it at a discount of 15%. He also gives a gift worth Rs 3. If he still makes 20% profit, the cost price in Rupees is:- a) 22,b)32,c)40,d)42. |

9)An Increase in the sale price of an article by Rs 2.80 changes a loss of 7% to gain of 7%. Find the cost price of the article. a)20 ,b)15,c)25,d)12 |

10) Praveen sold an article at a profit of 12%. Had he sold it for Rs 1.80 more, 18% profit would have gained. Find cost price of the article. a)20,b)50,c)25,d)30. |

Type-3 |

1) Successive discount of 50% and 50% is equivalent to :- a)100%, b)755,c)50%,d)25%. |

2) A single discount equivalent to successive discount of 20%, 10% and 5% is :- a)31.6%,b)36.1%,c)35%,d)35.6%. |

3)The price of a bicycle is marked at Rs 1200. If successive discounts of 20%, 10%, 5% be allowed, then the sale price of the bicycle. a)820.80,b)780,c)800,d)821.20. |

4)A dealer buys a table listed at Rs 1500 and gets successive discount of 20% and 10%. He spends Rs 20 on transportation and sells it at a profit of 20%. The selling price of the table is:- a) 1320, b)1092.96,c)1125, d)1100. |

5) After 3 Successive discount of 20% , 10%, and 10% a washing machine was for Rs 6480. Then the original marked price of the washing machine was:- a) 8960, b)10000,c)12000, d)11000. |

6)A single discount equivalent to the 3 successive discount of 30%, 20% and 10% is given by:- a) 50.60,b)49.40, c)50.40,d)49.60. |

7)The marked price of a piano was Rs 15000. At the time of the sale there were successive discounts of 20%, 10% and 10% respectively on it. The sale price was:- a)9720, b)9750,c)9760,d)9780. |

8)Alex sold his goods after announcing two successive discounts 30% each. The effective discount altogether is:- a)52%,b)40,c)50,d)51. |

9) Find the equivalent discount of the series of successive discounts of 25%, 20% and 10%. a)54%,b)46,c)55,d)45. |

10) A television set is offered at Rs 4000 with succesive discount of 15%, 20% and 25%. Find the selling price of the TV set. a) 2000, b) 2240,c)2040,d)2400. |

TYPE-4 |

1) The cost price of 18 articles is equal to the selling price of 15 articles. The gain is :- a) 25%, b) 20%, c)18%, d) 15%. |

2)By selling 44 articles, a shopkeeper gains the selling price of 11 articles. his percentage of gain is:- a) 20%, b) 25% c) 92/3% d) 100/3%. |

3)A clothe merchant on selling 33 meters of cloth obtains a profit equal to the selling price of 11 meter of cloth. The profit is:- a) 50%, b)11%,c)40%,d)22%. |

4) IF the cost price of 12 pens is equal to the selling price of 8 pen, the gain % is:- a) 25%, b) 50%, c) 100/3%,d) 200/3%. |

5) A man sold 250 chairs and had a gain equal to selling price of 50% chairs. his profit % is:- a) 25%, b) 50%, c) 15% ,d) 20%. |

6)By selling 25 meter clothes a trader gains the selling price of 5 meter of cloth. The gain of the trader in percentage is:- a) 25%, b) 20%, c) 28%, d) 29%. |

7)On selling 17 balls at Rs 720 there is a loss equal to the cost price of 5 balls. The cost price of a ball is:- a)Rs45,b) 50, c) 55, d) 60. |

8)By selling 60 articles a vendor gains the selling price of 15 articles. Find his gain percentage: a) 100/3,b) 200/7,c)25,d)20%. |

9)A vendor losses the selling price of 4 oranges on selling 36 oranges. His loss percentage is:- a) 10%, b) 9%, c) 25/2%, d) 23/2. |

10)By selling 100 oranges, a vendor gains the selling price of 20 oranges. His gain percentage is:- a) 20%, b) 25, c)30, d) 32. |

TYPE-5 |

1) A reduction of 20% in the price of sugar enables Mr Bhadra to Buy an extra 5 kg of it for Rs 320. The original Price rate of Sugar is:- a) 12/kg,b) 15/kg,c) 16/kg,d)20/kg. |

2) With a 5% discount on the cost of sugar, a buyer could purchase 2 kg more sugar for Rs 608. Selling price of sugar is:- a)15.50,b) 15,c)16.50,d)16. |

3)Due too an increase in 20 % in the price of eggs, 2 eggs less are available for Rs 24. The present rate of eggs per dozen is:- a) Rs25,b) 26.20,c) 27.80,d) 28.80. |

4) when the price of orange is reduced by 20% it enables a man to purchase 20 more oranges for Rs 40. The reduced price of an orange is:- a) 40Paise, b) 50Paise, c) 56Paise, d) 69Paise. |

5)A reduction of 10% in the price of commodity enables a person to buy 25 kg more for Rs 225. The original price of the commodity per kg was:- a) 2.50, b) 1.50,c0 2,d)1. |

6)When the sugar price decrease by 10%, a man could buy 1 kg more for Rs 270. Then the original price of Sugar per Kg is:- a) Rs25, b) 30,, c)27, d) 32. |

7)A reduction of 20% in the price of sugar enables a purchaser to obtain 2.5kg. more for Rs 160. Find the original and reduced price per kg:- a) 16,12.80, b) 15,13, c) 17,14.50, d) 18,15.50. |

8)A reduction of 25% on the price of rice enables a man to purchase 5 kg rice more in Rs 400 then what is the reduced price of the rice:- a) 15,b) 25,c) 22,d) 20. |

9)A reduction of 20 % in the price of oranges enables a man to buy 5 more oranges for Rs 10. The Price of an orange before reduction was:- a) 20P, b) 40P, c) 50P, d) 60P. |

10)A reduction of 20 % on the price of rice enables a man to purchase 2 kg more rice in Rs 100. Then the reduced price of the rice is:- a) 50,b)10,c) 40,d) 60. |

Type-6 |

1) A cow and a horse costs Rs 5000 together. If by selling the horse at 20% profit and the cow at 105 loss, on the whole a profit of 5%is made then find the cost price of the horse. a) 3500, b) 3000, c) 2750,d) 2500. |

2) Two horses are purchased for rs 4500 one sold at a profit of 20% and the other at a loss of 40%. If the selling price of both is same, find overall profit or loss. a) 20%P, b) 20%L, c) 25%P, d) 25%L |

3) A man purchased two horses for Rs 2500 one sold at a profit of 20% and the other at a profit of 45%. But on the whole these is a profit of 30% is made. Find the cost price of the horse which was purchased at higher rate. a) Rs1500, b) 1000, c) 750, d) 1250. |

4)A trader bought two horses for Rs 19500. He sold one at a loss of 20% and the other at a profit of 15%. If the selling price of each horse is the same, Then their cost prices are respectively. a) 10000 9500, b) 11500,8000, c) 12000, 7500 , d) 10500, 9000 |

5)Maninder bought two horses at Rs 4000 each. He sold one horse at 15% gain, but had to sell the second horse at a loss.. If he had suffered a loss of Rs 360 on the whole transaction, then the selling of the second horse is:- a) 30000, b) 30200, c)30300, d) 30400. |

6)Two item A and B are sold at a profit of 10% and 15% respectively, If the amount of profit received is the same, then the cost price of A and B may be:- a)1000, 1500, b)5000,2000, c) 3000, 2000, d) 3000, 5000. |

7) A man bought two goats for Rs 1008. He sold one at a profit of 44%. If each g,b) oat was sold for the same price of the goat which was sold at loss was:- a) 648,b)360,c)568,d)440. |

8) A man buys 5 horses and 7 oxen for Rs 5850. He sells the horses at a profit of 10% and Oxen at a profit of 16% and his whole gain is 711. What price doe he pay for a horse. a) 550, b)650,c)750, d)800. |

TYPE-7 |

1) A sells a suitcase to B at 10% profit. B sell it to C at 30% profit. If C pays 2860 for it then the price at which A bought it is:- a) 1000, b)1600, c) 2000, d) 2500. |

2) A sells an article to B at a gain of 20% and B sells it to C at a gain of 10% and C sells it to D at a gain of 25/2 %. If D pays Rs 29.70, A purchased the article for. a) 10, b) 20, c) 30, d) 40. |

3)The value of an article depreciate every year at the rate of 10% of its value. If the present value of the articles Rs 729, then its worth 3 years ago :- a) 800, b)900,c)1000,d)1200. |

4) The population of a village decreases at the rate of 20% per annum. If its population 2 years ago was 10,000, the present population is:- a) 4600, b) 6400, c) 7600, d) 6000. |

5) A sells a goods to B at a profit of 20% and b sells it to C at a profit of 25%. If C pays Rs 225 for it, what was the cost price for A. a) 100, b) 150, c) 175, d) 200. |

6) A sells a bicycle to b at a profit of 305 and B sell it to C at a loss of 205. If C pays Rs 520 for it, at what price did A buy. a) 400, b) 500, c) 600, d) 550. |

7) Manju sells an article to Anju at a profit of 25%. Anju sells it to sonia at a gain of 10% and sonia sells to Bobby at a profit of 5%. If sonia sells it for Rs 231, find the cost price at which manju bought the article. a)150,b)160, c)170, d)180. |

8)A sells a pen to B at a gain of 20% and B sells it to C at gain of 10% and C sells it to D at a gain of 12.5%. If D pays s 14.85, What did it cost to A:- a) 15, b) 10, c) 20, d) 25 |

Miscellaneous |

1) A publisher printed 3000 copies of a book at a cost of Rs 24000. He gave 500 copies free to different institutions. He sold the remaining copies allowing a discount of 25% on the printed price and also giving one extra copy free for every 24 copies bought. If the printed price is Rs 40. His gain % is:- a) 50%, b) 100%, c) 200%, d) 300%. |

2) A publisher printed 2000 copies of a book at a cost Rs 70000. He distributes 400 copies free as specimen 400 copies. He gave 30% discount on printed price and the printed price of each book is Rs 75, what is his gain or loss Percentage. a) 10%Gain, b) 20%L, c) 10%L, d) 10%Gain. |