• Rs. 18.61
• Rs. 18.20
• Rs. 15.60
• Rs. 14.80
• Rs. 17.30
• #### 2.  Ramesh, Mahesh and Kajol enter into a partnership. Ramesh invests some amount of money at beginning. After 6 months Mahesh invests double the amount invested by Ramesh. Further, after 2 more months of Mahesh’s investment Kajol invests thrice the amount invested by Ramesh. At the end of year they earn a profit of Rs. 45000. Find the share of Kajol in Profit.

• Rs.25000
• Rs.15000
• Rs. 12000
• Rs. 18000
• None of these
• #### 3.  Rutvi, while professes to sell her goods at a profit of 20%, Rutvi weighs 900 grams instead of 1000 grams. Find her gain percent.

• 30%
• $$33\frac{1}{3}\%$$
• 50%
• 40%
• 37%
• #### 4.  A business began with Rs. 600 and was joined afterwards by B with Rs. 800. At the end of the year, B got 1/4 of the total profit. When did B join?

• After 7 months
• After 4 moths
• After 8 months
• After 9 months
• Can’t be calculated

• INR 64
• INR 55
• INR 54
• INR 32.50
• INR 56
• #### 6.  Sandip purchased a laptop and a washing machine for Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 15,000 respectively. He sold the washing machine at a loss of 15% and laptop at a profit of 10%. What is his overall loss/profit?

• Loss of Rs. 280
• Profit of Rs. 2,160
• Loss of Rs. 250
• Profit of Rs. 2,060
• None of these
• #### 7.  A dealer purchased a washing machine for \$ 7660. He allows a discount of 12% on its marked price and still gains 10%. Find the marked price of the machine.

• 9575
• 9658
• 9585
• 9645
• None of these
• #### 8.  By using false weight a trader gains $$5\frac{5}{{19}}\%$$ by claiming to sell at cost price. What weight did he actually use for a kg weight?

• 950 gms
• 900 gms
• 940 gms
• 960 gms
• None of these

• Rs. 418.25
• Rs. 420.75
• Rs. 435
• Rs. 400
• Rs.  400.75

• 73
• 83
• 93
• 99
• 103

• 50%
• 40%
• 35.5%
• 65%
• 30%

• 6.25 %
• 8%
• 7%
• 6%
• 12.5%

• 4 months
• 6 months
• 8 months
• 9 months
• 10 months

• Gain of 2%
• Loss of 2%
• Gain of 5%
• Gain of 1%
• Loss of 1%
• #### 15.  Mr. Sanjay Sharma, a businessman had some income in the year 2000, such that he earned a profit of 20% on his investment in the business. In the year 2001, his investment was less by Rs. 5 lakh but still had the same income (Income = Investment + Profit) as that in year 2000. Thus the percent Profit earned in year 2001 increased by 6 percentage point. What was his investment in year 2000?

• Rs. 10200000
• Rs. 10500000
• Rs. 15050000
• None of these

• Rs. 560
• Rs. 660
• Rs. 720
• Rs. 840
• Rs. 1680

• Rs. 15,000
• Rs. 18,000
• Rs. 18,500
• Rs. 12,000
• Rs. 20,000

• 35%
• 25%
• 30%
• 27.5%
• 45%
• #### 19.  Nikhil sold two steel chairs for Rs. 500 each. On one he gains 25% and one other, he loses 20%. How much does he gain or lose in the whole transaction?

• 1.5 % gain
• 2 % gain
• 2.43 % loss
• 2 % loss
• None of these

• Rs. 123
• Rs. 135
• Rs. 145
• Rs. 147
• Rs. 176

• 0.75
• 0.6
• 0.8
• 0.95
• 0.2

• Rs. 240
• Rs. 140
• Rs. 270
• Rs. 150
• Rs. 320
• #### 23.  Kunal set price of his watch 50% above the cost piece. If he allows his customer a discount of 30% what profit does he make on the watch?

• 5%
• 10%
• 15%
• 20%
• None of these
• #### 24.  A dealer sells a grain whose C.P is Rs. 50/kg at Rs 60/kg. First day by replacing it by a substitute of Rs. 40/kg and second day selling the pure grain. What is the ratio of profit % of the two days?

• 1 : 2
• 3 : 1
• 3 : 2
• 5 : 2
• None of these

• 31%
• 26%
• 22%
• 36%
• 62%
• #### 26.  A business man bought 300 Laptops and cost price of each laptop is same. He sold 40% of the Laptop at a profit of 30% and sold the remaining laptop at 10% loss and he gained total profit is 288000. Find the cost price of single laptop?

• 6000
• 15800
• 16000
• 15632
• None of these
• #### 27.  Swapnila purchased coconuts at Rs. 150 per hundred and sold at Rs. 2 per coconut. If 4000 coconuts were sold. What was the total profit made by her?

• Rs. 500
• Rs. 1000
• Rs. 1500
• Rs. 2000
• None of these
• #### 28.  A dishonest vendor while selling weighs 25% less per kilogram. What gain does he make if he sells at the cost price?

• 25%
• 33.33%
• 45%
• 16%
• None of these

• Rs. 1500
• Rs. 1400
• Rs. 1300
• Rs. 1550
• Rs. 1600

• 25% profit
• 20% loss
• 22% loss
• 20% profit
• 24% profit
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