# Marked Price and Discounts

## Trending Questions

**Q.**Question 6

During a sale, a shop offered a discount of 10% on the marked prices of all the items.

What would a customer have to pay for a pair of jeans marked at Rs 1450 and two shirts marked at Rs 850 each?

**Q.**

A dishonest trader using a faulty balance makes a profit of 5% while buying as well as while selling his goods. His actual gain percent in the whole process amounts to,

12.25%

11%

18%

10.25%

**Q.**

What is an example of a trade discount?

**Q.**

The manufacturing price of a t v set is 12000 rupees. The company sold it to a dealer at 20 percent profit and the dealer sold it to a customer at 12.5 percent profit. Find the price which the customer has to pay

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A shopkeeper offers 2.5% discount on cash purchases. What amount will Rohan pay for a cycle, which is marked price at ₹650?

Rs. 633.75

Rs. 635

Rs.637

Rs. 633.25

**Q.**

The marked price of an article is Rs.10, 000. A buys it at 30% discount on the marked price and sells it at 10% discount on the marked price. If the rate of tax under VAT is 5%, find the amount of VAT paid by A.

**Q.**

A wrist-watch is available at a discount of 9%. If the list-price of the watch is Rs.1, 400. Find the discount given and the selling price of the watch.

**Q.**

A table marked as Rs. 15000 is available for Rs. 14400. The discount given is 5 %.

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**Q.**Vishakha offers a discount of 20% on all the items at her shop and still makes a profit of 12%. What is the cost price of an article marked at ₹280?

- ₹250
- ₹240
- ₹200
- ₹220

**Q.**The marked price of a shirt was Rs. 165 and it was sold at a discount of 12%. Find the discount allowed on the shirt and also its selling price.[3 MARKS]

**Q.**The Marked price of an article is 3500 rupees and value added tax is 8%. A shopkeeper allows a discount of 20%and still makes a profit of 10%. Find the original cost price of the article and the selling price including VAT.

**Q.**Hari bought 20 kg of rice at ₹ 36 per kg and 25 kg of rice at ₹ 32 per kg. He mixed the two varieties and sold the mixture at ₹ 38 per kg. Find his gain per cent in the whole transaction.

**Q.**With the decrease in price of salt by 20%, a shopkeeper was able to buy 5 kg more salt with the same amount of ₹55 that he spent each month on buying salt for his shop. The sum of original and reduced prices of salt is

नमक के मूल्य में 20% की कमी होने पर एक दुकानदार उस समान राशि ₹ 55 में 5 kg अधिक नमक खरीद सकता है, जिसमें वह दुकान के लिए प्रत्येक माह नमक खरीदता था। नमक के वास्तविक एवं घटे हुये मूल्यों का योगफल है

- ₹8.5 per 3 kg

₹8.5 प्रति 3 kg - ₹4.95 per kg

₹4.95 प्रति kg

- ₹6.55 per 2 kg

₹6.55 प्रति 2 kg - ₹18 per 4 kg

₹18 प्रति 4 kg

**Q.**

After offering a discount of 20% , the SP of a cooking pan is ₹ 200, Find the Marked Price (MP).

₹ 250

₹ 220

₹ 270

₹ 240

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**Question 3**

A shopkeeper buys 80 articles for Rs 2, 400 and sells them for a profit of 16%. Find the selling price of one article.

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The SP of an article marked at ₹800 was ₹560. Find the Discount percentage on the article.

25%

35%

30%

37.5%

**Q.**

The marked price of an article is Rs.7, 000 and is available at 20% discount. Manoj buys this article and then sold it at its marked price. If the rate of tax at each stage is 10%, find the VAT paid by Manoj.

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Kunal bought a suitcase at a discount of 15%. He sold the suitcase for ₹2880 with 20% profit on the marked price. At what price did he buy the suitcase?

Rs. 2040

Rs. 2400

Rs. 2604

Rs. 2640

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The MP of a wooden table is ₹ 7000. The Discount given on it is ₹ 2100. Find the Discount %.

35%

30%

33.33%

25%

**Q.**

The Marked Price of 1 kg tomatoes was ₹ 20. The shopkeeper started selling the tomatoes @ ₹ 13 per kg. The Discount percentage given by the shopkeeper is

**Q.**Nazim purchases a motorcycle, having marked price of Rs 46, 000 at a discount 5%. If sales tax is charged at 10%, find the amout Nazim has to pay to purchase the motorcycle.

**Q.**By selling a music system for Rs. 9000 Rahul incurred a loss of 10%. Had he sold it at Rs. 12000, what would be his loss or profit percent?

- 120%
- 200%
- 12%
- 20%

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**During a sale, a shop offered a discount of 10% on the marked prices of all the items. What would a customer have to pay for a pair of jeans marked at ₹1450 and two shirts marked at ₹850 each?**

**Q.**

An almirah is sold at ₹ 5225 after allowing a discount of 5%. Find its marked price.

₹ 5000

₹ 4500

₹ 5500

₹ 6000

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**Question 16**

The original price of a washing machine which was bought for Rs. 13500 including of 8% VAT, is

(a) Rs 12420

(b) Rs 14580

(c) Rs 12500

(d) Rs 13492

**Q.**An iron box is sold at a gain of 16%. If it were sold for Rs. 20 more, there would have been a gain of 20%. Find the cost price of iron box.

- Rs. 500
- Rs. 480
- Rs. 420
- Rs. 580

**Q.**

Four alternative options are given for each of the following statements.

Select the correct option.

The marked price of an article is Rs 200. If 15% of discount is allowed on it, its selling price is:

A. Rs 185

B. Rs 170

C. Rs 215

D. Rs 175

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To gain 25% after allowing a discount of 10%, the shopkeeper must mark the price of the article which costs him ₹360 as:

- Rs 450
- Rs 460
- Rs 500
- Rs 486

**Q.**Kunal bought a suitcase at a discount of 15%. He sold the suitcase for ₹1440 with 20% profit on the marked price. At what price did he buy the suitcase?

**Q.**The total price to be paid by the customer for the computer set.