Marked Price and Discounts
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
A table whose marked price is ₹15000 is available for ₹14400. What is the discount %?
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
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?
Two articles was bought for ₹37.40 at a discount of 15%. What must be the marked price of each of the article?
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?
- Rs. 180
- Rs. 250
- Rs. 240
- Rs. 200
If a \(\%\) is the discount given on an item whose marked price is ₹x, then the discount is given by :
A shopkeeper offers 2.5% discount on cash purchases. What amount will Rohan pay for a cycle, which is marked price at ₹650?
There is a sale going on in the nearby mall and all the products are available at flat 60% off. If Rohan buys products worth
₹ 21000 , find the total cost (marked price) of those products before the discount.
The MP of a wooden table is ₹ 7000. The Discount given on it is ₹ 2100. Find the Discount %.