| Updated On September 25th, 2019 at 12:01 pm
Q1. A man buy a second hand phone in 3000 rupees and spend 300 rupees on its maintenance if he sell the phone in 4400. What percentage of profit he will get?
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Q2. Cost price of 25 Article is same as the selling price of 20 Articles. Find the profit percentage if profit is calculated on selling price.
Q3. One Salesman buy 5 oranges for 1 rupee and sell 2 oranges for 2 rupees what percentage profit he earned?
Q4. Profit percent earned by selling an article on 2040 is equal to the loss percent incurred by selling the article at 1360. At what price the article should be sold to make the profit of 25%
(a) 2200 Rs
(b) 2100 Rs
(c) 1900 Rs
(d) 1945 Rs
(e) 2125 Rs
Q5. A man buy 1 dozen toys at rate of 300 Rs./dozen and sell every toy at rate of 30 Rs. Find the profit percentage.
Q6. On selling 18 balls for Rs. 750 there is a loss equal to cost price of 3 balls what is cost price of a ball.
(a) 75 Rs.
(b) 60 Rs.
(c) 50 Rs.
(d) 40 Rs.
(e) 45 Rs.
Q7. On selling a car in 340000 rupee a person loses 15%. So on what price he should sell a car to earn 20% Profit
(a) 400000 Rs
(b) 480000 Rs
(c) 460000 Rs
(d) 500000 Rs
(e) 520000 Rs
Q8. Rohit sell an article to Rohan on 10% Profit Rohan again sell the item to Shivam at Profit of 10%. If Shivam has purchased the article from Rohit directly at the same price. What would be the profit % of Rohit?
Q9. A trader mixes 10 kg rice of Rs.34 per kg with 12 kg rice of other variety of Rs. 55 per kg and sell the mixture at Rs. 50 per kg. His profit percent is
Q10. Profit earned by selling an article on 2640 is equal to the loss incurred by selling the article at 1760 at what price the Article should be sold to make the profit of 30%?
Q11. Volume of a sphere is 1617 cm³ more than volume of a cone. If radius of base of cone and radius of sphere is in the ratio 2 : 1 and radius of cone is 200% more than height of cone, then find the height of cone?
(a) 3.5 cm
(c) 10.5 cm
(d) 14 cm
(e) 21 cm
Q12. If ratio of volume of sphere to volume of cylinder is 2 : 3 and radius of cylinder is equal to the side of square whose perimeter is 84 cm then find the curved surface area of cylinder(in cm²). Given that radius of sphere is equal to radius of cylinder.
Q13. A solid spherical ball of lead 3 cm in radius is melted and recast into three spherical balls. If the radius of two of these balls are 1.5 cm and 2.5 cm respectively then find the diameter of the third ball?
(a) 4 cm
(b) 2 cm
(c) 5 cm
(d) 6 cm
(e) 8 cm
Q14. Curved surface area of a cylinder is 924 m². If ratio of radius and height of cylinder is 1 : 3 then find the volume of cylinder (in m³)
Q15. A well of 16m diameter is dug for 9m deep. The soil taken out of it is spread evenly all-around the well in shape of circular ring of width 4m to form an Embankment. Find the height of Embankment
(a) 8.1 m
(b) 6.3 m
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