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__MATH CHAPTER__

__MATH CHAPTER__

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__Profit
And Loss Short Tricks__

__Profit And Loss Short Tricks__

In the examination conducted by various
recruitment we find this type of question that will be asked in chapter of
profit and loss. These type of question are time consuming but we have to
manage our time in the examination hall.

We are going to solve this various type
question on profit and loss with short tricks.

with short tricks you can solve these question simple within seconds.

with short tricks you can solve these question simple within seconds.

These are the example taken from r.s. agarwal
author quantitative aptitude by s. chand publisher

Type 1:- The ratio of the cost price and the
selling price is 4:5. The profit percent is?

a.
10

b.
20

c.
25

d.
30

Ans:- 25

**profit is always calculated on cost price**

so, c.p=4 , s.p=5

so, c.p=4 , s.p=5

**Profit=s.p-c.p, 5-4=1**

profit %=

profit %=

**profit/cost price * 100, then, 1/4*100= 25**

Type 2:- If on selling 12 notebooks a seller
makes a profit equal to selling price of 4 notebook, what is his profits
percentage?

a.
16.2/3

b.
25

c.
50

d.
None of
these

Ans:-50

**if there is profit on selling item = selling price of an article**

**To find profit %, simply minus 12 from 4= 8**

Profit % = 4/8*100=50

Profit % = 4/8*100=50

Type 3:- A vender loses the selling price of 4
oranges on selling 36 oranges his loss percentage is?

a.
10

b.
11.1/9

c.
12.1/2

d.
None of
these

Ans:-10

**if there is loss on selling item = selling price of an article**

to find loss%, simply add 36 to 4 = 40

to find loss%, simply add 36 to 4 = 40

Loss % = 4/40*100 = 10

Loss % = 4/40*100 = 10

Type 4:- Some article were brought of 6 for
rs. 5. And sold at 5 for rs. 6. Gain
percentage is/

a.
30

b.
33.1/3

c.
35

d.
44

Ans:-44

Type 5:- A vender by selling 12 toffee for a
rupee. A man loses 20%. How many for a rupee should he sell to get a gain of
20%?

a.
10

b.
20

c.
8

d.
12

Ans:- 8

**12 toffee for rs 1 loss 20% then**

c.p = 1*100/80 = 5/4

c.p = 1*100/80 = 5/4

**on this price we have to gain profit of 20%**

**So, 5/4***

**120/100 = 3/2**

**If for Rs. 2/3 we have 12 toffee then for rs 1 we have**

**= 12x2/3=8**

Type 6:- A sell a bicycle of to B at a profit
of 20%. B sell it to C at profit of 25%. If C pays rs. 225 for it the cost
price of bicycle is?

a.
110

b.
120

c.
125

d.
150

Ans:- 150

**let cost price be X then,**

x.120/100

x.120/100

**. 125/100= 225**

**,**

by solving, then X equal to 150

by solving, then X equal to 150

Type 7:- A shopkeeper professes to sell his
goods at cost price but uses a weight of 800gm instead of 1kg. thus he makes a
profit of?

a.
20%

b.
16.2/3

c.
25

d.
50

Ans :- 25

Type 8 :- A shopkeeper cheats to the extents
of 10% while buying as well as selling by using false weight his total gain is
?

a.
10%

b.
11%

c.
20%

d.
21%

Ans :-21%

Type 9 :- An article when sold at a gain of 5%
yields rs. 15 more than when sold at a loss of 5%. Its cost price would be

a.
150

b.
200

c.
250

d.
300

Ans:-150

**difference between gain % and loss% equal to 10%**

then, 10% = rs. 15

then, 10% = rs. 15

**100% = rs. 150 , that is your cost price**

Type 10:- The price of an article has been
reduced by 25%. In order to restore the original price the reduced price must
be increased by?

a.
25%

b.
30%

c.
33%

d.
33.1/3%

Ans:-33.1/3%

Type 11:- An article was sold at 16% gain. Had
it been sold for rs. 200 more, the gain would have been 20% then the cost price
of the article is?

a.
5000

b.
4800

c.
4500

d.
5200

Ans :- 5000

**difference in gain % equal to 200,****Then 20%-16%=4%**

4%= 200 then,

4%= 200 then,

Thank you

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