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Prices Related to an Item or Buying or Selling

Comparing Quantities
Maths
Class 7

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Introduction to Profit and Loss

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A cycle agent buys bicycles, of which 8 are first grade and the rest are second grade, for Rs. . Find at what price he must sell the first grade bicycles so that if he sells the second grade bicycles at three quarters of the price, he may make a profit of on his out lay?

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By selling a watch for a person gains . Find the cost price of the watch.

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Price of One poundProjected Number of Pounds Sold
$1.2015000
$1.4012500
$1.6010000
$1.807500
$2.005000
$2.202500
Which of the following equations best describes the linear relationship shown in the table above, where g represents the number of pounds of grain sold and d represents the price in dollars of one pound of grain?

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If C.P = rs and Profit per cent = then find S.P..

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A shopkeeper earns a profit of on selling a book at discount on the printed price. The ratio of the cost price and the printed price of the book is ___________.

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A person sells a table at a profit of . If he had bought it at less cost and sold for Rs. more, he would have gained . The cost price of the table is

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If a person reduce his selling price of an article by rs40 then the suggested profit of 33(1/3)% convert into loss of 20%. Find the cost price?

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A man bought two transistors which cost him Rs. 720. He sold one of them at a loss of 15% and the other at a gain of 19%. If the selling price of both the transistors is same, find the cost price of each.

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A stationary shopkeeper sold pens at a profit of %. If a pen costs Rs. , find the price of all pens.

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A man earns Rs. on the first day and spends Rs. on the next day. He again earns Rs. on the third day and spends Rs. on the fourth day. If he continues to save in this way, how soon will he have Rs. in hand?

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