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Mohit Kumar
M.Tech from IIT | SBI PO Qualified | 4 years of Teaching experience | Assistant Professor in MIT MUZAFFARPUR (Bihar Govt.)

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  1. SBI CLERK MAINS 2018 PROFIT & LOSS BASED BAR GRAPH


  2. Direction (1-5): - Bar chart given below shows selling price of five articles and profit % earned on selling these articles by Ravi. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions. Selling Price Profit % - 60 40 20 00 80 60 40 20 0 pue .sy u! s! a2(.ld SuillaS


  3. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  4. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 9 0 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  5. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 9 0 100 + %P 100 SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 160 140 120 100 E20


  6. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 120-( 100 ) 100 + %P 100 SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 100+60 160 140 120 100 E20


  7. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 1202(101000) CP SP CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi = 120 >< 100 160 140 120 = 75 160 E20


  8. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 1202(101000) CP SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi = 120 >< 100 160 140 120 100 Profit of Ravi = 45 = 75 160 E20


  9. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 1202(101000) CP SP CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi 120 X100 160 140 120 100 Profit of Ravi = 45 160 Cost price of D (Shyam) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Shyam) 25% 9 E20


  10. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 1202(101000) CP SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi = 120 >< 100 160 140 120 100 Profit of Ravi = 45 = 75 160 Cost price of D (Shyam) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Shyam) = 25% SP= (100+25) 120 9 E20


  11. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) 60% 1202(101000) CP SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi 120 X100 160 45 140 120 100 Profit of Ravi 160 Cost price of D (Shyam) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Shyam) 25% SP (110025) 120 = 4x120-150 9 E20


  12. Q.1 Ravi sold article D to Shyam who again sold it at 25% profit. Find the difference between 9 profits earned by Ravi to profit earned by Shyam A. Rs. 5 B. Rs. 10 C. Rs. 15D. Rs. 20 E. Rs. 25 100 + %P 100 Selling price of D (Ravi) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Ravi) = 60% 1202(101000) CP SP = CP Selling Price Profit % 120-( 100 ) CP for Ravi 120 X100 160 45 140 120 100 Profit of Ravi = 75 160 Cost price of D (Shyam) is Rs. 120 Profit % of D (Shyam) 25% 9 SP= (100022) 120 = 4 120-150 profit of Shyam = 30 100+25 120 E20 Profit of Shyam 30 |-


  13. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  14. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 SP for A = Rs.105 Profit % 40% 2 CP for A (100/140) 105 [Using Short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % 160 100 R 120 E20


  15. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 SP for A = Rs.105 Profit % 40% 2 CP for A (100/140) 105 [Using Short-cut ] = (10/14)" (7*15)-(57) * (7*15) Selling Price Profit % 5*15Rs. 75 160 120 E20


  16. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 SP for A Profit % 2 Rs.105 40% CP for A (100/140) 105 [Using Short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % (10/14) (715)- (5/7) = 5*15 = Rs.75 (715) 160 SP for C = Rs.150 120 E20


  17. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 SP for A Profit % 2 Rs.105 40% CP for A (100/140) 105 [Using Short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % (10/14) (715)- (5/7) (715) 5*15Rs. 75 160 SP for C = Rs.150 Profit % 25% 120 E20


  18. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 SP for A = Rs.105 Profit % 40% 2 CP for A (100/140) 105 [Using Short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % = (10/14)" (7*15)-(57) * (7*15) 5*15Rs. 75 160 SP for C = Rs.150 Profit % = 25% 120 Cp for C = (1001125) * 150 [ Using Short-cut ] [ CP 100 R E20


  19. Q.2 Cost price of article A is what percent more/less then cost price of article C? A. 62.5% B. 37.5% C. 25% D. 75% E. 50% 9 9 SP for A Profit % 2 Rs.105 40% CP for A = (100/140* 105 [ Using Short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % (10/14) (715)- (5/7) = 5*15 = Rs.75 (715) 160 SP for C = Rs.150 Profit % 25% 120 Cp for C (100/25) 150 1 - (4/5) 150 4* 30 Rs. 120 CP for article A is less than the CP of C by (120-75) 120-X 100 E20 45 12 X 10 37.5


  20. Q.3 Ravi marked article B, 50% above its cost price, then what percent discount should be given on marked price to earn the given profit? C. 25% 8 2 A. 40% B. 30% D. 20% E. 10% SP of article BRs. 60 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  21. Q.3 Ravi marked article B, 50% above its cost price, then what percent discount should be given 8 2 on marked price to earn the given profit? A. 40% B. 30% C. 25% D. 20% E. 10% SP of article BRs. 60 Profit % 20% CP (100/120) of 60 Selling Price Profit % - (5/6) 60 = 5*10 = Rs.50 160 MP of article B cp + 50% of cp. 120 E20


  22. Q.3 Ravi marked article B, 50% above its cost price, then what percent discount should be given 8 2 on marked price to earn the given profit? A. 40% B. 30% C. 25% D. 20% E. 10% SP of article B = Rs.60 Profit % 20% CP (100/120) of 60 Selling Price Profit % - (5/6) 60 5* 10 Rs. 50 160 MP of article B cp + 50% of cp. 120 (150/00) 50 1 - (3/2) 50 3 25 Rs. 75 E20


  23. Q.3 Ravi marked article B, 50% above its cost price, then what percent discount should be given on marked price to earn the given profit? A. 40% B. 30% C. 25% D. 20% E. 10% SP of article B Rs.60 8 2 Profit % = 20% Selling Price Profit % CP (1001 20) of 60 = (56) * 60 = 5*10 - Rs. 50 160 120 MP of article B = cp + 50% of cp. = (I50/ 00) * 50 - (3/2) 50 3* 25 Rs. 75 1 E20 Discount %-MP-SP )"100% MP


  24. Q.3 Ravi marked article B, 50% above its cost price, then what percent discount should be given 8 2 on marked price to earn the given profit? A. 40% B. 30% C. 25% D. 20% E. 10% SP of article B = Rs.60 Profit % = 20% Selling Price Profit % CP = (100/l 20) of 60 (5/6) 60 5* 10 Rs.50 160 MP of article B 120 cp + 50% of cp. = (I50/ 00) * 50 - (3/2) 50 3* 25Rs. 75 1 Discount % (MP-SP )*100% E20 (75-60 )*100962 (15/75) * 100%-(1/5) * 100% 75 20%


  25. Q.4. Profit earned on selling article 'E' is how much more/less than profit earned on selling article 'C'. A. Rs. 4o B. None of the given options C. Rs. 30 SP of article E = Rs.90 D. Rs. 2o E. Rs. 10 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  26. Q.4. Profit earned on selling article 'E' is how much more/less than profit earned on selling article 'C'. A. Rs. 4o B. None of the given options C. Rs. 30 SP of article ERs. 90 Profit % = 80% D. Rs. 2o E. Rs. 10 CP of article E (100/180) 90 [using short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % - Rs. 50 160 120 E20


  27. Q.4. Profit earned on selling article 'E' is how much more/less than profit earned on selling article 'C'. A. Rs. 4o B. None of the given options C. Rs. 30 SP of article ERs. 90 Profit % = 80% D. Rs. 2o E. Rs. 10 CP of article E = (100/1 80) * 90 [ using short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % 2 = Rs.50 160 Profit earned on selling article E = 90-50 = Rs.40 120 E20


  28. Q.4. Profit earned on selling article 'E' is how much more/less than profit earned on selling article 'C'. A. Rs. 4o B. None of the given options C. Rs. 30 SP of article E = Rs.90 Profit % = 80% D. Rs. 2o E. Rs. 10 CP of article E = (100/1 80) * 90 [ using short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % -(5/9) 90 =5* 10 = Rs.50 160 Profit earned on selling article E = 90-50 Rs.40 120 SP of article C = Rs.150 E20


  29. Q.5. Ravi mark-up article'A, such that on selling article 'A' at 16% discount he will earn the given profit. Mark up price of article 'A' is what percent more than its cost price? A. 33 % B. 66 % C.163% D. 26 %E733% 1 Selling Price Profit % 160 120 E20


  30. Q.5. Ravi mark-up article'A, such that on selling article 'A' at 16% discount he will earn the given profit. Mark up price of article 'A' is what percent more than its cost price? A. 33 % B. 66 % C.163% D. 26 %E733% SP of article A = Rs.105 Profit % = 40% CP of article A = (100140) *105 [ using short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % 1 = (57)*( 5*7) 160 120 CP100 100 R E20


  31. Q.5. Ravi mark-up article'A, such that on selling article 'A' at 16% discount he will earn the 8 given profit. Mark up price of article 'A' is what percent more than its cost price? A. 33 % B. 66 % C.163% D. 26 %E733% SP of article A Rs. 105 Profit % = 40% CP of article A (100/140) *10 [ using short-cut ] Selling Price Profit % 5 = (5/7)(1517) = *15 = Rs.75 160 MP of article A = (100/84) * 105 [ using short-cut ] 5 120 100 (221 )*(21 *5) [ MP (00* SP] 100-R E20


  32. Q.5. Ravi mark-up article'A, such that on selling article 'A' at 16% discount he will earn the given profit. Mark up price of article 'A' is what percent more than its cost price? A. 33 % B.66 % C.16 % D.26 % E.73 % 8 SP of article A Rs. 105 Profit % = 40% CP of article A = (100140) *105 [ using short-cut ] 9 Selling Price Profit % = (5/7)8(1517) = 5*15 = Rs.75 160 MP of article A (100/84) 105 [ using short-cut = (2521)*(21*5) = 25*5 = Rs. 125 120 MP is more than CP by-MP-CP) * 100% CP 25-75.) * 100% = 75 E20


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