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**Q1. The list price of a refrigerator is â‚¹14650. If 6% is charged as sales tax, find the cost of the refrigerator.**

Solution: we know that the list price =â‚¹14650

Sales tax = 6%

So, Sales tax amount = 6% of â‚¹14650

= 6% Ã— â‚¹14650

= â‚¹879

âˆ´ Final price of the refrigerator = list price + sales tax

= 14650 + 879

= â‚¹15529

**Q2. Reena bought the following articles from a general store:**

**i. 1 tie costing â‚¹250 with ST @ 6%**

**ii. Medicines costing â‚¹625 with ST @ 4%**

**iii. Cosmetics costing â‚¹430 with ST @ 10%**

**iv. Clothes costing â‚¹1175 with ST @ 8%calculate the total amount to be paid by Reena**

Solution: we know that the cost of a tie = â‚¹250, ST on tie = 6%

ST amount on tie = 6% of â‚¹250

= â‚¹15

âˆ´ Final cost of tie = 250 + 15 = â‚¹265

We know that the cost of medicines = â‚¹625, ST on medicines = 4%

ST amount on medicines = 4% of â‚¹625

= â‚¹25

âˆ´ Final cost of medicines = 625 + 25 = â‚¹650

We know that the cost of cosmetics = â‚¹430, ST on medicines = 10%

ST amount on cosmetics = 10% of â‚¹430

= â‚¹43

âˆ´ Final cost of cosmetics = 430 + 43 = â‚¹473

We know that the cost of clothes = â‚¹1175, ST on medicines = 8%

ST amount on clothes = 8% of â‚¹1175

= â‚¹94

âˆ´ Final cost of clothes = 1175 + 94 = â‚¹1269

So, the total amount to be paid by reena is â‚¹265 + â‚¹650 + â‚¹473 + â‚¹1269 = â‚¹2657

**Q3. Tanvy bought a watch for **â‚¹**1980 including VAT at 10%. Find the original price of the watch.**

Solution: we know that the VAT = 10%

SP = â‚¹1980

So letâ€™s consider the original price of watch as x

âˆ´ VAT amount = 10% of x

= x/10

âˆ´ x + x/10 = 1980

(10x + x)/10 = 1980

11x /10 = 1980

x = (1980 Ã— 10) / 11

x = 1800

âˆ´ the original price of the watch excluding VAT is â‚¹1800

**Q4. Mohit bought a shirt for **â‚¹**1337.50 including VAT at 7%. Find the original price of the shirt.**

Solution: we know that the VAT = 7%

SP = â‚¹1337.50

So letâ€™s consider the original price of shirt as x

âˆ´ VAT amount = 7% of x

= 7x/100

âˆ´ x + 7x/100 = 1337.50

(100x + 7x)/100 = 1337.50

107x /100 = 1337.50

x = (1337.50 Ã— 100) / 107

x = 1250

âˆ´ the original price of the shirt excluding VAT is â‚¹1250

**Q5. Karuna bought 10 g of gold for **â‚¹**15756 including VAT at 1%. What is the rate of gold per 10 g?**

Solution: we know that the VAT = 1%

SP = â‚¹15756

So letâ€™s consider the original price of shirt as x

âˆ´ VAT amount = 1% of x

= 1x/100

âˆ´ x + x/100 = 15756

(100x + x)/100 = 15756

101x /100 = 15756

x = (15756 Ã— 100) / 101

x = 15600

âˆ´ the original price of the 10g Gold excluding VAT is â‚¹15600

### Access other Exercises of RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 10- Profit and Loss

Exercise 10A Solutions 34 Questions

Exercise 10B Solutions 14Questions

Exercise 10D Solutions 21 Questions

## RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 10- Exercise 10C

Exercise 10C of RS Aggarwal Class 8, Profit and Loss. This exercise mainly deals with sales tax (ST)- ST is charged by the shopkeeper from the customer on the selling price of an item and is added to the value of the bill. Value-added tax (VAT)- These days, the prices of the articles include a tax called VAT. Different items carry VAT at different rates.

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