Practice Test on Profit Loss and Discount


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1. Ryan buys a clock for $ 75 and sells it for $ 100. His gain percent is …………… . 

      (a) 25 % 
      (b) 33¹/₃ % 
      (c) 20 % 
      (d) 37¹/₂ % 

2. A bat is bought for $ 120 and sold for $ 105. The loss percent is ……………. .

      (a) 12¹/₂ % 
      (b) 14¹/₅ % 
      (c) 15 % 
      (d) 16²/₃ % 


3. A bookseller sold a book for $ 100 and thereby gains $ 20. Find his gain per cent.

      (a) 20 %
      (b) 25 %
      (c) 40 %
      (d) none of these


4. By selling a calculator for $ 418a shopkeeper 10%. The cost price of the calculator is …………… .

      (a) $ 360.000
      (b) $ 372.80
      (c) $ 376.20
      (d) $ 380.00


5. A shopkeeper sells one transistor for $ 840 at a gain of 20% and another for $ 960 at a loss of 4%. His total gain or loss percent is ……………… .

      (a) 5¹⁵/₁₇ % loss
      (b) 5¹⁵/₁₇ % gain
      (c) 6²/₃ % loss
      (d) 6²/₃ % gain

Practice Test on Profit Loss and Discount

6. The CP of 21 articles is equal to SP of 18 articles. Find the gain or loss percent. 

      (a) 12¹/₂ % gain 
      (b) 12¹/₂ % loss 
      (c) 16²/₃ % gain 
      (d) 16²/₃ % loss


7. If by selling 110 mangoes, the CP of 120 mangoes is realized, the gain percent is ……………. . 

      (a) 9¹/₁₁ % 
      (b) 9¹/₉% 
      (c) 10\(\frac{10}{11}\)

      (d) 11¹/₉ % 


8. A vendor loses the selling price of 4 oranges on selling 36 oranges. His loss per cent is ………….. . 

      (a) 10 % 
      (b) 11¹/₉ % 
      (c) 12¹/₂ % 
      (d) none of these 


9. A man bought apples at the rate of 8 for $ 34 and sold them at the rate of 1 2 for $ 57. How many apples should be sold to earn a net profit of $ 45? 

      (a) 90 
      (b) 100 
      (c) 135 
      (d) 150 



10. Some articles were bought at 6 for $ 5 arid sold at 5 for $ 6. The gain per cent is ………….. . 


      (a) 25 %
      (b) 33¹/₃ %
      (c) 35 %
      (d) 44 %


Practice Test on Profit Loss and Discount

11. By selling a chair for $ 504, a shopkeeper gains 12%. For how much should he sell it to gain 18%?

      (a) $ 522.10
      (b) $ 526.00
      (c) $ 531.00
      (d) $ 534.20


12. A shopkeeper sold two watches for $ 1485 each. On one he gains 10% and on the other he loses 10%. Find his gain or loss per cent in the whole transaction.

      (a) neither gain nor loss
      (b) 1 % gain
      (c) 1 % loss
      (d) 5 % gain


13. By selling a dinner set for $ 648, a man loses of his out lay. If it is sold for $ 810, what is the gain or loss percent?

      (a) 9 % gain
      (b) 11 % gain
      (c) 11¹/₉ % gain
      (d) 12²/₉ % gain


14. A tradesman sold an article at a loss of 20%. Had he sold it for $ 100 more, he should have gained 5%. The cost price of the article was …………… .

      (a) $ 360
      (b) $ 400
      (c) $ 425
      (d) $ 450


15. At what percentage above the cost price must an article be marked so as to gain 33% after allowing a customer a discount of 5%?

      (a) 35 %
      (b) 38 %
      (c) 40 %
      (d) 42 %


16. A manufacturer offers a 20% rebate on the marked price of a product. The retailer offers another 30% rebate on the reduced price. The two reductions are equivalent to a single reduction of …………. .

      (a) 42 %
      (b) 44 %
      (c) 46 %
      (d) 50 %


Answers for practice test on profit loss and discount are given below to check the exact answers of the questions from profit, loss and discount.

Answers:

1. (b)              9. (a)
2. (a)             10. (d)
3. (b)             11. (c)
4. (d)             12. (c)
5. (b)             13. (c)
6. (c)             14. (b)
7. (a)             15. (c)
8. (a)             16. (c) 


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