RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 7 Maths Exercise 11B Chapter 11 Profit and loss

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Mark against the correct answer in each of the following:

1. A man buys a book for ₹ 80 and sells it for ₹ 100. His gain % is,

(a) 20% (b) 25% (c) 120 (d) 125%

Solution:-

(b) 25%

Because,

Cost price of book = ₹ 80

Selling price of book = ₹ 100

Since (SP) > (CP), so there is a gain

Gain = (SP) – (CP)

= ₹ (100 – 80)

= ₹ 20

Gain % = {(gain/CP) × 100}

= {(20/80) × 100}

= {(20/20) × 25}

= 25%

2. A football is bought for ₹ 120 and sold for ₹ 105. The loss % is

(a) 12(1/2)% (b) 14(2/7)% (c) 16(2/3)% (d) 13(1/3)%

Solution:-

(a) 12(1/2)%

Because,

Cost price of football = ₹ 120

Selling price of football = ₹ 105

Since (SP) < (CP), so there is a loss

Loss = (CP) – (SP)

= ₹ (120 – 105)

= ₹ 15

Loss % = {(Loss/CP) × 100}

= {(15/120) × 100}

= {(15/12) ×10}

= {150/12}

=12.5%

= 12(1/2)%

3. On selling a bat for ₹ 100, a man gains ₹20. His gain % is

(a) 20% (b) 25% (c) 18% (d) 22%

Solution:-

(b) 25%

Because,

Selling price of bat = ₹ 100

Amount gain by selling bat = ₹20

Cost price of the bat = (100 – 20)

= ₹ 80

Gain % = {(gain/CP) × 100}

= {(20/80) × 100}

= {(20/20) × 25}

= 25%

4. On selling a racket for ₹198, a shopkeeper gains 10%. The cost price of the racket is

(a) ₹180 (b) ₹178.20 (c) ₹217.80 (d) ₹212.50

Solution:-

(a) ₹180

Because,

Selling price of racket = ₹ 198

Percentage gain by selling racket = 10%

Cost price of the racket,

CP = ₹ {(100/ (100 + gain %)) × SP}

= {(100/ (100 + 10)) × 198}

= {(100/ 110) × 198}

= {19800/110}

= ₹ 180

5. On selling a jug for ₹ 144, a man loses (1/7) of his outlay. If it is sold for ₹ 189, what is the gain %?

(a) 12.5% (b)25% (c) 30% (d)50%

Solution:-

(a) 12.5%

Because,

Let the CP be, ₹ x

Then, x – (1/7)x = 144

= (7x –x) = (144 × 7)

= x = (144 ×7)/6

= x = 168

∴ CP = ₹ 168,

New SP = ₹189

Gain = SP –CP

= 189 – 168

= 21

Gain % = {(gain/CP) × 100}

= {(21/168) × 100}

= {2100/168)

= 12.5%

6. On selling a pen for ₹ 48, a shopkeeper loses 20%. In order to gain 20% what would be the selling price?

(a) ₹ 52 (b) ₹ 56 (c) ₹ 68 (d) ₹ 72

Solution:-

(d) ₹ 72

Because,

Selling price of pen = ₹ 48

Shopkeeper loses = 20%

Cost price of pen =

CP = ₹ {(100/ (100 – loss %)) × SP}

= {(100/ (100 – 20)) × 48}

= {(100/ 80) × 48}

= {4800/80}

= ₹ 60

In order to gain 20%,

SP = {((100 + gain %) /100) × CP)}

= {((100 + 20) /100) × 60)}

= {(120 /100) × 60}

= ₹ 72

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