## Online free speed test of Profit & Loss

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1. If you sell an item of ₹ 80 for ₹ 100, then the percentage will be ?

**Answer**⟶ 25%

2. If an item is bought for ₹ 950 and it is sold for 760, then what will be the percentage loss ?

**Answer**⟶ 20%

3. If an object is sold at R 720 at a loss of 10%, what will be the purchase price of the item ?

**Answer**⟶ 800 Rs.

4. There is a profit of 12% by selling an item for ₹ 22400. What is the total profit ?

**Answer**⟶ 2400

5. The selling price of an article is 4/3 times the purchase price. What is the lam percentage ?

**Answer**⟶ 300/4

6. A bad TV priced at 5000 is sold at 50%. If the price is further reduced by 50%, then the selling price is ?

**Answer**⟶ 1250 Rs.

7. The 17 items were bought for ₹ 3910 and sold at 14590. What was the approximate profit percentage per item ?

**Answer**⟶ 17%

8. . If the cost price of an article is 95% of the sale price, then what will be the percentage of profit based on it? ?

**Answer**⟶ 5.26%

9. There was a loss of 55% on selling an item in R9549. What was the cost price of this item ?

**Answer**⟶ 21220

10. On selling an article, a man gets a profit equal to 30% of his selling price. His profit percentage ?

**Answer**⟶ 300/7 :

11. If the selling price of a commodity is 750 and the purchase price is 4/3 times its selling price, then the percentage loss is । ?

**Answer**⟶ 25%

12. . The price of an article including sales tax is T 616. The sales tax rate is 10%. If the shopkeeper earns 12% profit, the cost price of the item is ?

**Answer**⟶ 500

13. A trader buys an item for ₹ 27. And sells it at a profit equal to 10% of its purchase price. What will be the selling price of the item?
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**Answer**⟶ . 29.7

14. Raghavan bought the scooter for 13 of its selling price and he sold it for 12% more than the selling price. Does it benefit? ?

**Answer**⟶ 380/13

15. A person bought some items at 10 for 11 items and sold them at 11 for 10 items. Hence its profit percentage is ?

**Answer**⟶ 21%