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SSC & Bank Maths by Bharat Sir Profit and Loss TST Class 38 (Percent Markup - 2) Follow Upvote

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Practice problem for this lesson The cost price of an article is Rs. | | The price of an article is raised by 30% and then two 200. If 20% profit is made after successive discount of 10% each are allowed. giving 20% discount on the marked price, the marked price is: (1) Rs. 300 2) Rs. 320 (3) Rs. 420 (4) Rs. 450 Ultimately the price of the article is a. increased by 10% C. decreased by 3% b. increased by 5.3% d. decreased by 5.3% A merchant fixes the sale price of his goods at 15% above the cost price. He sells his goods at! A dealer marks his goods 20% 12% less than the fixed priceabove cost price and allows a dis- His percentage of profit is: count of 10% to his customers His gain percentage is (1) 6% (3) 700 (I) 29% (2) 1 % 2 5 (2) 9% (4) 8% (3) 1 % (4) 2% 2 Pause the video, Note these questions Solve it, Watch its video solution

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The cost price of an article is Rs. 200. If 20% profit is made after giving 20% discount on the marked price, the marked price is: (1) Rs. 300 2) Rs. 320 (3) Rs. 420 4) Rs. 450

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The cost price of an article is Rs. 200. If 20% profit is made after giving 20% discount on the marked price, the marked price is: (1) Rs. 300 2) Rs. 320 (3) Rs. 420 4) Rs. 450 10D-20

A merchant fixes the sale price of his goods at 15% above the cost price. He sells his goods at 12% less than the fixed price. His percentage of profit is: (1) 2 6 2 (2) 5 % (3) 1296 (4) 2%

A merchant fixes the sale price of his goods at 15% above the cost price. He sells his goods at 12% less than the fixed price. His percentage of profit is: IS (1) 20% (2) I-% 2 5 (3) 15% (4) 2% 2 LOD-D IS

A dealer marks his goods 20% above cost price and allows a dis-esat modeh.2 count of 10% to his customers. raw His gain percentage is (1) 6% (2) 9% (4) 8% (3) 7%

The price of an article is raised by 30% and then two successive discount of 10% each are allowed Ultimately the price of the article is: a. increased by 10% b. increased by 5.3% d. decreased by 5.3% decreased by 3% c,

The price of an article is raised by 30% and then two successive discount of 10% each are allowed Ultimately the price of the article is: 1 0% 1 3 a. increased by 10% c. decreased by 3% b, increased by 5.3% d, decreased by 5.3% S 81 243 -P

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