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Important for :

1

D

Cost price = Rs. 480 Rs.Profit = 480 × 10% = 48

S. P. = 480 + 48 = 528 Rs.

Discount % = 4%

Discount is always given on the marked price, So

x × 96% = 528

x = 550 Rs.

Hence, option D is correct.

2

A

Let the actual SP = 5/-
∴ New SP = |
3 | × 5 = 3/- |

5 |

CP = | 100 | × SP = | 100 | × 3 = | 60 | /- |

(100 – Loss%) | 65 | 13 |

= 5 – | 60 | = | 5 |

13 | 13 |

∴ Gain% = |
5/13 | × 100% = 8.33% |

60/13 |

Hence, option A is correct.

3

C

According to the question, we get the equation= | 100 | × | (100 – Discount%) | × Marked Price |

(100 + G %) | 100 |

= | 100 | × | 80 | × 2260 = Rs. 1600/- |

113 | 100 |

Hence, option C is correct.

4

B

After allowing 10% discount on marked price, we get90% of 800 = 720

Therefore, SP = 720

The Profit is SP – CP.

Profit = 720 – 500 = 220

Profit % = | Profit | × 100 |

CP |

= | 220 | × 100 = 44% |

500 |

Hence, option B is correct.

5

C

The marked up price becomes 150% of 800 = 1200After the first discount the price becomes= 90% of 1200 = 1080

After the second discount the price becomes = 80% of 1080 = 864

So the profit earned is 864 – 800 = Rs. 64

Hence, option C is correct.