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Prices Related to an Item or Buying or Selling

Comparing Quantities
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Class 7

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By selling an umbrella for Rs. 30, a merchant gains 20%. During a clearance sale, the merchant allows a discountof 10% on the marked price (the price at which he used to sell). Find his gain%.

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Mohan bought a certain number of note-books for Rs . He sold of them at percent loss. 
At what price should he sell the remaining note-books so as to gain on the whole ?

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The loss percent on selling geometry boxes at the loss of . of geometry boxes is equal to ______ .

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The printed price of an article is Rs. but the retailer gets a discount of %. He sells the article for Rs. . Retailers' gain per cent is.

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A car was sold at through a broker. The broker charged brokerage from both the seller and the buyer. What is the total amount of brokerage received by the broker?

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Mohan bought dining tables for Rs. and sold them at a profit equal to the selling price of dining tables. The selling price of each dining table is

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A shopkeeper buys kg of rice at Rs per kg and another kg of rice at Rs. per kg. If he sells the mixture at Rs. per kg. Find the expression for his profit percent.

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Find the Profit Percent or Loss Percent:

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The difference between the selling price and cost price of an article is Rs. . If the profit is , then the selling price of the article is?

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A shopkeeper sold an article for without any loss or profit. Approximately, what will be the profit percent, if he sells that article for  ?

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Ways of ComparisionConverting Between Fractions or Decimals and PercentagesUse of PercentagesIncrease or Decrease as Per CentPrices Related to an Item or Buying or SellingSimple Interest

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