• Rs. 1740
• Rs. 1680
• Rs. 1560
• Rs. 1640

• 6
• 5
• 4
• 3

• Rs.180
• Rs.220
• Rs.200
• Rs.190

• Rs. 8500
• Rs. 7000
• Rs. 7500
• Rs. 5500

• 10.52%
• 11%
• 22.2%
• 21%
• #### 6.  A dishonest fruit vendor sells his goods at cost price but he uses a Weight of 800 g for the kg. weight. His gain percent is:

• $$10\frac{1}{4}\%$$
• 25%
• 20%
• 12.5%

• 3
• 2
• 4
• 5

• 1 : 10
• 1 : 5
• 1 : 25
• 1 : 20

• 10%
• 13%
• 14%
• 17%

• 41.1 percent
• 82.2 percent
• 70 percent
• 12.2 percent

• 19.8%
• 20.6%
• 22.7%
• 22%

• 52.75%
• 41.25%
• 52%
• 54.45%

• Rs. 51
• Rs. 88
• Rs. 55
• Rs. 150
• #### 14.  A shopkeeper sales one transistor for Rs. 910 at a gain of 30% and another for Rs. 940 at a loss of 6%. His total loss or gain per cent is

• $$7\frac{{11}}{{13}}\%$$
• $$9\frac{{14}}{{17}}\%$$
• $$8\frac{{14}}{{17}}\%$$
• $$10\frac{{11}}{{17}}\%$$

• 16.8%
• 17.6%
• 20%
• 21.4%

• Rs. 114
• Rs. 116
• Rs. 118
• Rs. 120

• 16.25
• 17.39
• 16.75
• 16.5

• 30%
• 33%
• 25%
• 20%

• 600
• 980
• 660
• 750
• #### 20.  A began business with Rs. 45,000 and was later joined by B with Rs. 54,000. When did B join if the profit at the end of the year were divided in the ratio 2 : 1?

• 5 months after
• 10 months after
• 7 months after
• 12 months after

• Rs.204
• Rs.250
• Rs.280
• Rs.320
• #### 22.  Even after a discount of x% on marked price a trader gains by y%. What is the mark up percentage over the cost price?

• $$\frac{{x + y}}{y} \times 100$$
• $$\frac{{x + 100}}{{y - 100}}$$
• $$\frac{{\left( {100 - x} \right)}}{{x + y}} \times 100$$
• $$\frac{{x + y}}{{\left( {100 - x} \right)}} \times 100$$

• Rs. 2200
• Rs. 2100
• Rs. 2300
• Rs. 1500

• Rs. 1,620
• Rs. 1,640
• Rs. 1,660
• Rs. 1,680

• 15%
• 14.15%
• 16.5%
• 17%
• #### 26.  Selling price of 9 articles is equal to the cost price of 15 articles. Find the gain or loss percent in the transaction.

• 65 2/3% profit
• 66 2/3% profit
• 67 2/3% loss
• 68 2/3% loss

• 16%
• 18%
• 20%
• 22%
• #### 28.  A vendor buys 4 pens at the rate of Rs 5 per pen and sells them at the rate of Rs 3 per pen. What will be the result of this transaction?

• 40 percent gain
• 66.6 percent loss
• 66.66 percent gain
• 40 percent loss
• #### 29.  The total cost of 90 articles is Rs. 5400. If 70 such articles are sold at a total price of Rs. 5040, then there is

• a loss of 10%
• a gain of 10%
• a loss of 20%
• a gain of 20%

• Rs. 9500
• Rs. 14000
• Rs. 10500
• Rs. 14800
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