# Profit & Loss [NRA CGL (National Recruitment Agency-Combined Graduate Level) Mathematics]: Questions 7 - 12 of 37

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## Question number: 7

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A trader marks his goods above the cost price and allows a discount of . The profit he makes, is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

63%

b.

45%

c.

54%

d.

36%

## Question number: 8

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With a discount on the cost of potato, a buyer could purchase 10 kg more potato for 3800rs. Selling price of potato is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

16.50 rs

b.

19.50 rs

c.

20 rs

d.

18 rs

## Question number: 9

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A trader marks his goods above the cost price and allows a discount of . The profit he makes, is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

17%

b.

20%

c.

5%

d.

25%

## Question number: 10

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A trader marks his goods above the cost price and allows a discount of . The profit he makes, is

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Choice (4)Response

a.

11.8%

b.

11.18%

c.

10.18%

d.

1.18%

## Question number: 11

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A shopkeeper allows 40 % discount on his marked price. If the cost price of an article is Rs. 100 and he has to make a profit of 80%, then his marked price must be (Paper-1)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Rs. 250

b.

Rs. 200

c.

Rs. 150

d.

Rs. 300

## Question number: 12

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A TV and a Computer were sold Rs. 30000 each. This gave a loss of on TV and a gain of on Computer. The entire transaction result in (Paper - I)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Loss of Rs. 3500

b.

Gain of Rs. 6500

c.

Loss of Rs. 2500

d.

No loss no gain

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