A shopkeeper sells an article at Rs. 40 and gets X% profit. However, when he sells it at Rs. 20, he faces same percentage of loss. What is the original cost of the article?
A bookseller sold 'a' number of Geography textbooks at the rate of Rs. x per book, 'a + 2' number of History textbooks at the rate of Rs. (x + 2) per book and 'a - 2' number of Mathematics textbooks at the rate of Rs. (x - 2) per book. What is his total sale in Rs.?
A merchant earns a profit of 20% by selling a basket containing 80 apples which cost Rs 240 but he gives one-fourth of it to his friend at cost price and sells the remaining apples. In order to earn the same profit, at what price must he sell each apple?
A person sold an article for Rs.136 and got 15% loss. Had he sold it for Rs.x, he would have got a profit of 15%. Which one of the following is correct?
A cloth store is offering Buy 3, Get 1 free. What is the net percentage discount being offered by the store?
A person selling an article for Rs. 96 finds that his loss percent is one-fourth of the amount of rupees that he paid for the article. What can be the cost price?
A person sold an article for Rs. 3600 and got a profit of 20%. Had he sold the article for Rs. 3150, how much profit would he have got?
A man sold two watches, each for Rs. 495. If he gained 10% on one watch and suffered a loss of 10% on the other, then what is the loss or gain percentage in the transaction?
A man buys a television set which lists for Rs 5000 at 10% discount. He gets an additional 2% discount (after the first discount) for paying cash. What does he actually pay for the set?
On a 20% discount sale, an article costs Rs. 596. What was the original price of the article?
A fruit-seller buys lemons at 2 for a rupee and sells them at 5 three rupees. What is his gain percent?
Rajendra bought a mobile with 25% discount on the selling price. If the mobile cost him Rs. 4,875, what is the original selling price of the mobile?
The costs of two articles are in the ratio 3:5. If there is 30% loss on the first article and 20% gain on the second article, what is the overall percentage of loss or gain?