**Q1. Cost price of article A is Rs 600 more than that of B and selling price of A is Rs 1200 more than that of B. If difference between profit earned on selling these two articles is 13⅓% of the cost price of A then find profit earned on B if profit % earned on A is 33⅓%?**

(a) Rs 800

(b) Rs 900

(c) Rs 840

(d) Rs 960

(e) Rs 1000

**Q2. Rahul purchased five old TVS bike for Rs. 42,500. He spent Rs. 12,500 on the repairing and maintenance of these five bikes and sold one of these bikes at Rs. 12,500. Find the average selling price of remaining four bikes if he wants to earn a profit of 30% on selling all the bike.**

(a) Rs. 14,500

(b) Rs. 16,000

(c) Rs. 14,750

(d) Rs. 15,750

(e) Rs. 15,500

**Q4. A person has two articles. The cost price of first article is 25% more than that of another article. He sold cheaper article at 25% profit. At what % of profit, he should sell the other article so that he may get 40% of overall profit?**

(a) 50%

(b) 48%

(c) 52%

(d) 55%

(e) 58%

**Q5. The cost price of a product is Rs R. A person raises its price by X% and then offers a discount of Z% on it, so that the selling price becomes Rs R. If twice of Z is equal to X then find value of Z?**

(a) 25%

(b) 40%

(c) 20%

(d) 50%

(e) 100%

**Q6. Ratio between marked price of article P and Q is 3 : 4. Shopkeeper allowed d% discount on article P and (d + 15) % discount on article Q, due to which selling price of both articles become equal. If shopkeeper earned a profit of 8% on selling article P, and a profit of 12.5% on selling article Q and profit earned on article Q is Rs. 32 more than that of article P. Find the cost price of both articles respectively?**

(a) 800 Rs. ,768 Rs.

(b) 848 Rs. ,816 Rs.

(c) 816 Rs. ,776 Rs.

(d) 824 Rs. ,792 Rs.

(e) None of these

**Q7. A person buys some articles. He sold 40% of articles at 20% profit and remaining at 33⅓% profit. If percent profit is calculated on selling price then what is the ratio of selling price of all the articles sold at 20% profit to the all the articles sold at 33⅓% profit.**

(a) 4 : 5

(b) 7 : 9

(c) 5 : 1

(d) 2 : 3

(e) 5 : 9

**Q8. A trader gives p% discount on the marked price and makes (p + 25) % profit. If he offers a discount of (p+10) %, then he makes (p+10) % profit. Find the percentage by which the marked price exceeds the cost price.?**

(a) 40%

(b) 50%

(c) 45%

(d) 30%

(e) 60%

**Q9. ‘P’ is a cold drink seller who marked up price of each cold drink bottle by 75% above C.P. and allow discount of 40% and made a profit of Rs. 15 on each bottle of cold drink. If ‘P’ allows 24% discount on each bottle, then find how much profit seller gets on selling 160 bottles?**

(a) 15960 Rs.

(b) 15640 Rs.

(c) 15840 Rs.

(d) 15550 Rs.

(e) None of these

**Q10. A, B and C entered into a partnership business, A invested Rs. x, B invested 25% more than A and C invested 20% more than B for first 6 months. After that A left the business and B withdraw 50% of his investment. B left the business after 3 more months whereas C increased his investment by 16⅔% . If at the end of year difference between profit share of C and (A + B) together is Rs. 12375, then find profit share of C ?**

(a) 58500 Rs.

(b) 56500 Rs.

(c) 55680 Rs

(d) 55580 Rs.

(e) 52680 Rs.

**Q11. Ankit and Bhavya entered in a business by making investment of Rs. 8000 & Rs. 11000 respectively. After six months Ankit & Bhavya withdrew Rs. 2000 and Rs. 3000 respectively and Anurag joined them with capital of Rs. 4P. If after one year and three months Anurag received Rs. 4500 as profit share out of total profit of Rs. 24500, then find investment of Anurag?**

(a) 12000 Rs.

(b) 6000 Rs.

(c) 15000 Rs.

(d) 9600 Rs.

(e) 18000 Rs.

**Q12. Aman, Bhanu and Colin invested in a partnership firm and the ratio of their capitals is 3 : 5 : 7 respectively. Aman is entitled to fixed salary of Rs. 1,000 every month and Bhanu is entitled to salary which is equal to 20% of the firm’s profit after deducting Aman’s salary. And rest of the profit is shared among them in the ratio of their capitals. At the end of the year, Bhanu’s earnings are Rs. 50,400. Then, find the earnings of Colin in that year.**

(a) Rs. 40,320

(b) Rs. 40,750

(c) Rs. 41,090

(d) Rs. 39,850

(e) Rs. 33,250

**Q13. Ram, Veer and Virat invested Rs. 1250, (1250 + x) and (1250 + 2x) respectively in a business. After one-year Divya joined them with the capital of Rs. 8x. If at the end of three years the profit of Divya is Rs. 12,000 out of total profit of Rs. 52,500, then find amount received by Virat, if he invested his initial investment’s amount at the rate of 10% per annum at CI for three years?**

(a) Rs.1929.25

(b) Rs.2029.25

(c) Rs.2129.25

(d) Rs.2229.25

(e) Rs.2329.25

**Q14. Negi and Atul started a business with some investments. Negi, work as a manager, gets 2/5 th of the annual profits as salary and the remaining are equally divided among Negi and Atul. If the entire profit was divided among Negi and Atul in the ratio of their investments, Negi would have received Rs.1400 less than what he actually got. Atul got a profit share of Rs.5100. If Atul’s investment is Rs.52000 then what is the Negi’s investment?**

(a) 75000

(b) 84000

(c) 90000

(d) 45000

(e) None of these

**Q15. Rahul and Rohit started a business, in which Rahul invested Rs 4000 on a condition that Rohit will pay a interest of 10% per annum on 1/4th part of Rahul ‘s investment from total profit of business. If Rahul receives Rs 120 per month out of total profit for managing the business & remaining profit is divided equally among Rahul & Rohit. At the end of year, it is found that profit received by Rahul is 3 times that of Rohit from the business. Find the total annual profit of the business?**

(a) Rs 3250

(b) Rs 2840

(c) Rs 3080

(d) Rs 3620

(e) Rs 2780

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