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25. A shopkeeper bought some apples at the rate of Rs. 16 per dozen. Due to harsh climate 20% of the apples bought were rotten during the transportation. At what rate of per dozen should he sell the remaining apples so as to gain 30% on the total cost price?
a. 20
b. 26
c. 28
d. 30


26. A Watch is sold at 10% discount on its marked price of Rs. 480. If the retailer makes 20% profit on the cost price, find the cost price of the watch.
a. Rs.300
b. Rs.360
c. Rs.400
d. Rs.420


27. A shopkeeper allows 25% discount on the marked price of his articles and hence gains 25% of the Cost Price. What is the marked price of the article on selling which he gains Rs. 120?
a. Rs.75
b. Rs.76
c. Rs.70
d. Rs.80


28. A man purchased two articles for Rs. 10000 each. On selling first, he gains 20% and on the other, he loses 20%. What is profit/loss in the transaction?
a. 4% Profit
b. 4% Loss
c. 40% Profit
d. No Profit and No loss


29. A man sold two articles for Rs. 10000 each. On selling first, he gains 10% and on the other, he loses 10%. What is profit/loss in the transaction.
a. 20% Profit
b. 1% Profit
c. 1% Loss
d. 4% Loss


30. Two tables are purchased for the total cost of Rs. 5000. First table is sold at 40% profit and second at 40% loss. If selling price is same for both the tables, what is the cost price of the table that was sold at profit?
a. Rs.1260
b. Rs.1500
c. Rs.2500
d. Rs.2600


31. A reduction of 10% in the price of sugar enables a man to buy 25 kg more for Rs. 225. What is the original price of sugar (per kilogram)?
a. Rs.3500
b. Rs.4000
c. Rs.4500
d. Rs.5000


32. The income of a broker remains unchanged though the rate of commission is increased from 4% to 5%. The percentage of slump in business is :
a. 8%
b. 1%
c. 20%
d. 80%


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