# Finding Discounts

## Trending Questions

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A VCR and TV were bought for Rs 8, 000 each. The shopkeeper made a loss of 4% on the VCR and a profit of 8% on the TV. Find the gain or loss percent on the whole transaction.

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Arun bought a pair of skates at a sale where the discount given was 20%. If the amount he pays is Rs.1, 600, find the marked price.

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A shopkeeper fixes the MP of an item 35% above its CP. The percentage of discount allowed to gain 8% is ?

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Formula to find SP if CP and discount % is given is:

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A shop selling sewing machines offers 3% discount on all cash purchases. What cash amount does a customer pay for a sewing machine, the price of which is marked as Rs. 650.

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The price of a sweater was slashed from Rs. 960 to Rs.816 by a shopkeeper in the winter season. Find the rate of discount given by him.

**Q.**

Discount is always calculated on:

Discounted Price

Selling Price

Discount Price

Cost Price

**Q.**

A watch dealer pays 10% customs duty on a watch which costs Rs.500 abroad. For how much should he mark it, if he desires to make a profit of 20% after giving a discount of 25% to the buyer?

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Find a single discount (as percent) equivalent to successive discounts of 15% and 10%.

25%

23.5%

20%

22.5%

**Q.**

Two successive discount of 50% and 50% is equal to a single discount of:

75%

50%

100%

25%

**Q.**

The list price of a frock is Rs 220. A discount of 20% is announced on sales. The sale price is (in ruppes)

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Question 48

Discount is a reduction given on cost price of an article.

**Q.**A cell phone company fixed the price of a cell phone as Rs.4500. A dealer purchased a cell phone on which he paid 12%GST additionally how mush did the dealer paid as GST? What is the purchase price of the cell phone

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Discount is the reduction in the selling price.

True

False

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Question 50

CP = MP - Discount

**Q.**

Chandu purchased a watch at 20% discount on its marked price but sold it at the marked price. The gain % of Chandu on his transaction is:

20%

30%

35%

25%

**Q.**

A watch worth Rs.5400 is offered for sale at Rs.4500. What per cent discount is offered during the sale?

**Q.**

An article is marked for sale at ₹275. The shopkeeper allows a discount of 5% on the Marked Price. His net profit is 4.5%.

How much did the shopkeeper pay for the article?

₹250

₹30

₹240

₹265

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A shopkeeper announces a discount of 40%. If the Marked Price of an article is Rs.700 then the amount of discount is:

Rs.200

Rs.250

Rs.220

Rs.280

**Q.**

A motorbike was bought for ₹80, 000 and then sold for ₹60, 000. Find the profit or loss percentage.

20%

25%

35%

30%

**Q.**

A saree dealer allows a discount of 10% on marked price. Hiw much above Cost Price must he mark his sarees to gain 8%? Explain the ans with proper steps and reason

**Q.**The marked price of an given item is Rs.176 and sold it for Rs. 165. Find the discount percentage

**Q.**

Jennifer started working at her job earning $\$6.25$ per hour.

Every $6$ months she gets a $3.25\%$ raise.

If Jennifer has worked at her job for $14$ years, what is her hourly rate?

**Q.**

Sarita allows 10% discount on the marked price of her goods marked at ₹1250.find the selling price of the goods after discount

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If marked price of an article is Rs 300 and discount is Rs 15 then the selling price is:

Rs 315

Rs 285

Rs 300

Rs 330

**Q.**The marked price (mp) of a double bed is Rs.9, 575. A shopkeeper allows a discount of 12% and still gains 10%. Find the cost price (Cp) of the double bed.

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Find the MP, if

SP=Rs. 495 and Discount %=1%

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A shopkeeper marks his goods at such a price that would give him a profit of 10 percent after allowing a discount of 12 percent. If an article is marked at 2250 rupees, find its :

I) selling price

ii) cost price

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A dealer is selling an article at a discount of 15%. Find:

**(i)** The selling price if the marked price is Rs. 500;

**(ii)** the cost price if he makes 25% profit.

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Find a single discount (as percent) equivalent to following successive discounts : (i) 20% and 12% (ii) 10%, 20% and 20% (iii) 20%, 10% and 5%