• 15 %
• 13.79%
• 16%
• 14.25%
• #### 2.  Loss =

• SP - CP
• SP + CP
• CP - SP
• none of the above

• Rs. 622
• Rs. 522
• Rs. 978
• Rs. 678
• #### 4.  Cost price =

• selling prce - profit
• profit - selling price
• selling price + profit
• none of the above

• Rs. 400
• Rs. 200
• Rs. 220
• Rs. 440
• #### 6.  Dicount =

• selling price - marked price
• marked price - selling price
• marked price - cost price
• cost price - marked price
• #### 7.  Percentage of loss on SP =

• SP−CPCP×100 %\frac{SP-CP}{CP}\times100\ \%CPSP−CP​×100 %
• CP−SPCP×100 %\frac{CP-SP}{CP}\times100\ \%CPCP−SP​×100 %
• SP−CPSP×100 %\frac{SP-CP}{SP}\times100\ \%SPSP−CP​×100 %
• CP−SPSP×100 %\frac{CP-SP}{SP}\times100\ \%SPCP−SP​×100 %

• Rs. 454.55
• Rs. 550
• Rs. 450
• Rs. 490

• Rs.2277
• Rs.2673
• Rs.2372
• Rs.2296
• #### 10.  If CP =Rs. 500; SP = Rs.600 then find the profit % on SP.

• 20 %
• 30 %
• 16 23 %16\ \frac{2}{3}\ \%16 32​ %
• 16 13 %16\ \frac{1}{3}\ \%16 31​ %

• 4 %
• 3.82 %
• 4.67 %
• 4.17 %
• #### 12.  If CP=Rs. 80; SP=Rs.120 then find profit percentage.

• 33 13%33\ \frac{1}{3}\%33 31​%
• 50 %50\ \%50 %
• 40 %40\ \%40 %
• 20 %20\ \%20 %

• Rs. 1173
• Rs. 1200
• Rs. 1210
• Rs. 867
• #### 14.  Percentage of profit =

• Pr⁡ofitSP×100 %\frac{\Pr ofit}{SP}\times100\ \%SPProfit​×100 %
• SP−CPCP×100 %\frac{SP-CP}{CP}\times100\ \%CPSP−CP​×100 %
• CP−SPCP×100 %\frac{CP-SP}{CP}\times100\ \%CPCP−SP​×100 %
• none of the above
• #### 15.  Percentage of discount =

• DiscountCP×100 %\frac{Discount}{CP}\times100\ \%CPDiscount​×100 %
• DiscountSP×100 %\frac{Discount}{SP}\times100\ \%SPDiscount​×100 %
• DiscountMP×100 %\frac{Discount}{MP}\times100\ \%MPDiscount​×100 %
• none of the above
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