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लाभ व हानि class - 17(Profit and loss on object - 3) (हिन्दी)

Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Bharat Gupta
Engineer by degree Mathematician by Heart. Having 20 years of teaching experience for CAT, SSC, BANK etc. You can google me for more info.

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ma'am are NCERT exampler books for Phys and Chem useful for NEET ?? i am solving aakash modules amd previous year question bank of both JEE nad NEET.
Sakshi Sharan
8 months ago
Yes Shubham, NCERT textbooks and exemplers are useful for NEET. And if you are solving Aakash modules go for C section then A and then B at last. And practice the JEE questions only after completing the NEET type questions. and enroll yourself for some online test series to get compatible with online mode of paper. All the Best!
sir SSC ke liye basic concept padhne ke liye kon si book sahi rhegi plz suggest i m not getting any book which can explain basic concept of arithmetic, your videos are helping a lot but they do not cover all chapters so sir plz suggest me I m also waiting for your upcoming videos.
  1. SSC & Bank Maths by Bharat Sir Profit and Loss TST Class - 17(Profit/Loss on object 3) Follow Upvote



  2. Practice problem for this lesson By selling 4 articles for 1 rupee, a man loses 4%. Had he sold three articles per rupee, the profit would have been 4 TEGit 1 U 3TCTft 5T 400 tat | | 20% profit. If I sell it at 10% loss, then in both condi- aft Jer 1 3 TK ft , at TH 8TT CTT: | | tion. What is the difference in the number of lemon to a. 30% I purchase lemon at rate of 18 per rupee and sells it at b. 28% C. 16% d. 12% be sold in 24? On selling 40 buttons for a rupee it results a loss of | | tTI 10% a, Tit 10% then how many buttons per rupee should be sold | | 24 ZFZT3 3RR RT to earn a profit of 20%? a. 120 b. 100 d. 115 Pause the video, Note these questions Solve it, Watch its video solution b. 30 c. 35 d. 50


  3. By selling 4 articles for 1 rupee, a man loses 4%. Had he sold three articles per rupee, the profit would have been . 3000 b, 2800 c. 16% d. 12%


  4. By selling 4 articles for 1 rupee, a man loses 4%. Had he sold three articles per rupee, the profit would have been a. 3000 b, 2800 . 16% d. 12%


  5. By selling 4 articles for 1 rupee, a man loses 4%. Had he sold three articles per rupee, the profit would have been a. 3000 b, 2800 . 16% d. 12% !


  6. By selling 4 articles for 1 rupee, a man loses 4%. Had he sold three articles per rupee, the profit would have been a. 3000 b, 2800 . 16% d. 12% !


  7. On selling 40 buttons for a rupee it results a loss of 10% then how many buttons per rupee should be sold to earn a profit of 20%? a. 45 b. 30 c. 35 d. 50


  8. On selling 40 buttons for a rupee it results a loss of 10% then how many buttons per rupee should be sold to earn a profit of 20%? a. 45 b. 30 c. 35 d. 50 so, = 40 S0 2 7


  9. On selling 40 buttons for a rupee it results a loss of 10% then how many buttons per rupee should be sold to earn a profit of 20%? a. 45 b. 30 c. 35 d. 50 so, = 40 0.9 2 2 2


  10. I purchase lemon at rate of 18 per rupee and sells it at 20% profit. If I sell it at 10% loss, then in both condi- tion, what is the difference in the number of lemon to be sold in 24 ? a. 120 b. 100 c. 110 d. 115


  11. I purchase lemon at rate of 18 per rupee and sells it at 20% profit. If I sell it at 10% loss, then in both condi- tion, what is the difference in the number of lemon to be sold in 24 ? ao-2 24 a. 120 b. 100 c. 110 d. 115 Cp= ! 2.