**Q1. Marked price of an article is Rs 360 more than its cost price. If profit earned is equal to the discount given then find the profit earned?**

(a) Rs 190

(b) Rs 200

(c) Rs 150

(d) Rs 180

(e) Rs 175

**Q2. Sudeep marked up the price at a price higher than cost price & gave 10% discount on every purchase and a complimentary chocolate box worth Rs. 300 on minimum purchase of Rs. 2000. This way he gained 20%. If a customer purchased for Rs. 3000. Find the cost price for Sudeep for the articles sold.**

(a)Rs. 2500

(b) Rs. 2250

(c) Rs. 2750

(d)Rs. 2000

(e) None of these

**Q3. Ashish buys a T.V at a discount of 15 %.If he buys the same T.V at a discount of 12.5%, then he would have to pay Rs. 175 more. Find the marked price of T.V?(in Rs.)**

(a) 6000

(b) 7000

(c) 5000

(d) 6500

(e) 7500

**Q4. When a discount of 20% is given on a product then a loss of 4% occurs. When a discount of 6.5% is given on the same product, then what will be the profit percent?**

(a) 13.4%

(b) 11.5%

(c) 16.9%

(d) 12.2%

(e) 15.8%

**Q5. A shopkeeper marks up the price of a article by 40% above cost price. He gives 25% discount on marked price and earns Rs 420 profit. Find his profit if he give discount of 20% in place of 25%.**

(a) Rs 1204

(b) Rs 1240

(c) Rs 1180

(d) Rs 1008

(e) Rs 1080

**Q6. If a shopkeeper offers a single discount of 30% instead of two successive discounts of 25% and 12%, he loses Rs. 76 on selling an article. If the price of the article is marked up by 52% then find the cost price of that article.**

(a) Rs. 1250

(b) Rs. 1200

(c) Rs. 1320

(d) Rs. 1650

(e) Rs. 1120

**Q7. A shopkeeper marked the price of jeans 25% above and allowed two successive discounts of 10% and 5% respectively. If shopkeeper made a profit of Rs. 89.1, then find at what price shopkeeper sold the jeans to make a profit of 40%?**

(a) 1844.4 Rs.

(b) 1814.4 Rs.

(c) 1860.4 Rs.

(d) 1890.4 Rs.

(e) 1880.4 Rs.

**Q8. In mixture of milk and water in a jar, contains 72ℓ milk and 24ℓ water, Xℓ of milk and (X + 16) ℓ of water is added in mixture. If 12½% of new mixture measures 20ℓ, then find how much water was added in mixture ?**

(a) 32 ℓ

(b) 28 ℓ

(c) 44 ℓ

(d) 40 ℓ

(e) 24 ℓ

**Q9. In three containers A, B and C, A contains mixture of spirit and water in ratio 3 : 1 while B contains 20 L pure water and vessel C contains 30 L pure spirit .Half content of A is poured into B, and then content of B is poured into C. If content of C is poured again into A, then find initial quantity of mixture in A if final ratio of spirit and water in vessel A is 9 : 4.**

(a) 80 L

(b) 60 L

(c) 75 L

(d) 92 L

(e) 65 L

**Q10. A contains mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio 5 : 3. If 8 litre of the mixture is taken out and replaced with B type liquid, then ratio of liquid A to liquid B in can become 1 : 1. Find the initial quantity of mixture in the Can.**

(a) 40 L

(b) 30 L

(c) 35 L

(d) 24 L

(e) 48 L

**Q11. The respective ratio of milk and water in the mixture is 4 : 3 respective. If 6 litre of water is added to this mixture, the respective ratio of milk and water becomes 8 : 7. Find the quantity of milk in the original mixture?**

(a) 96 litre

(b) 36 litre

(c) 84 litre

(d) 48 litre

(e) 24 litre

**Q12. A milkman adds 500 mℓ of water to each litre of milk in a container. He sells 30 ℓ of mixture from container and adds 10 litre milk in the remaining. The ratio of milk and water in the final mixture is 11 : 5. Find the initial quantity of milk in the container.**

(a) 120ℓ

(b) 100 ℓ

(c) 160 ℓ

(d) 80 ℓ

(e) 125 ℓ

**Q13. A container is filled with mixture of sodium, Potassium and chloride. Percentage of Potassium and Chloride are 40% and 25% respectively. If 20kg of mixture is taken out and 12kg of sodium and 15kg chloride is added to the container, then new ratio between sodium and chloride becomes 26 : 25. Find the initial quantity of mixture in the container ?**

(a) 50kg

(b) 40kg

(c) 60kg

(d) 80kg

(e) 65kg

**Q14. In first mixture, quantity of milk was 6 lit more than that of water. After adding 40 ltr of second mixture (having ratio of water to milk 3: 5) in the first mixture, ratio of water to milk in the final mixture becomes 9: 13. Find the total quantity of water in the final mixture.**

(a) 27 ltr

(b) 31.5 ltr

(c) 36 ltr

(d) 45 ltr

(e) None of these

**Q15. A container is full of milk, 1/4 th of the milk is taken out and is replaced with water, and this process is repeated 3 times and 297ℓ of milk is finally left in the container. find the capacity of container? (in ℓ)**

(a) 528

(b) 644

(c) 740

(d) 704

(e) 750

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