SSC CGL 2018 | DISCOUNT | PART-3 | SSC RANKERS | SSC MATHEMATICS | CPO | CHSL | MTS | BANK EXAM

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1. A trader wishes to gain 20% after allowing 10% discount on the marked price to his customers. At what percent higher than the cost price must he mark his goods? 
(a) 30           (b)33(1/3)             (c) 34(2/3)             (d) 35


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2. The difference between a single discount of 30% on Rs. 550 and two successive discounts of 20% and 10% on the same amount is 
(a) Nil              (b) Rs. 11             (c) Rs. 22             (d) Rs. 44 






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3. A trader marks his goods at 40% above the cost price but allows a discount of 20% on the marked price. His profit percent is: 
(a) 20%             (b) 10%                (c) 8%                (d) 12%







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4. The marked price of a watch is Rs. 800. A shopkeeper gives two successive discounts and sells the watch at Rs. 612. If the first discount is 10%, the second discount is: 
(a) 10%                (b) 12%               (c) 15%                (d) 20% 







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5. How much above the cost price should a man mark his goods, so that, after allowing a discount of 10% for cash payment, he may still make a profit of 8%? 
(a) 20%              (b) 18%             (c) 28%                   (d) 25% 














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6. A person paid Rs. 17,000 for a motor-car after a single discount of 15%. If he is given successive discounts of 5% and 10% then how much he would pay? 
(a) Rs. 17,000               (b) Rs. 17,010               
(c) Rs. 17,100               (d) Rs.18,900



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7. A shopkeeper buys an article for Rs. 180. He wishes to gain 20% after allowing a discount of 10% on the marked price to the customer. The marked price will be 
(a) Rs. 210                      (b) Rs. 240                    
 (c) Rs. 270                     (d) Rs. 300 











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8. A fan is listed at Rs. 1500 and a discount of 20% is offered on the list price. What additional discount must be offered to the customer to bring the net price to Rs. 1104? 
(a) 8%                  (b) 10%                  (c) 12%                     (d) 15%




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9. The cost of manufacturing an article was Rs. 900. The trader wants to gain 25% after giving a discount of 10%. The marked price must be: 
(a) Rs. 1500                   (b) Rs. 1250              
(c) Rs. 1200                   (d) Rs. 1000 












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10. The list price of a clock is Rs. 160. A customer buys it for Rs. 122.40 after two successive discounts. If first discount is 10%, the second is 
(a) 10%               (b) 12%              (c) 15%               (d) 18% 

















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11. A shopkeeper offers 10% discount on the marked price of his articles and still makes a profit of 20%. What is the actual cost of the article marked Rs. 500 for him? 
(a) Rs. 440                 (b) Rs. 425                   (c) Rs. 400               (d) Rs. 375 






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12. A shopkeeper claims to sell all of his articles at a discount of 10%; but marks his articles by increasing the cost price of each article by 20%. His gain on each article is 
(a) 6%                     (b) 8%                  (c) 10%                     (d) 12% 














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13. A single discount, equivalent to successive discounts of 30%, 20% and 10%, is 
(a) 50%                       (b) 49.60%                   (c) 49.40%                  (d) 51%


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14. A dealer offers a discount of 10% on the marked price of an article and still makes a profit of 20%. If its marked price is Rs. 800, then the cost price of the article is 
(a) Rs. 900                              (b) Rs. 800                    
(c) Rs. 700                              (d) Rs. 600 








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15. A shopkeeper gives 12 percent additional discount after giving an initial discount of 20 percent on the marked price of a radio. If the sale price of the radio is Rs. 704, the marked price is 
(a) Rs. 844.80                       (b) Rs. 929.28              
(c) Rs. 1,044.80                    (d) Rs. 1,000 











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16. A shopkeeper after allowing a discount of 10 percent on the marked price, makes a profit of 8 percent. How much percent above the cost price is the marked price? 
(a) 8                   (b) 18                       (c) 20                (d) 24 
















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17. A shopkeeper gives two successive discounts on an article marked Rs. 450. The first discount given is 10 percent. If the customer pays Rs. 344.25 for the article the second discount given is 
(a) 14 percent               (b) 10 percent          
(c) 12 percent               (d) 15 percent 

















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18. A pen is listed for Rs. 12. A discount of 15% is given on it. A second discount is given bringing the price down to Rs. 8.16. The rate of second discount is 
(a) 20%                (b) 15%             (c) 18%                (d) 25% 

















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19. The marked price of a shirt and trousers are in the ratio 1: 2. The shopkeeper gives 40% discount on the shirt. If the total discount on the set of the shirt and trousers is 30%, the discount, offered on the trousers is 
(a) 15%               (b) 20%                 (c) 25%                 (d) 30% 







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20. A dealer buys an article marked at Rs. 25,000 with 20% and 5% off. He spends Rs. 1,000 for its repairs and sells it for Rs. 25,000. What is his gain or loss percent? 
(a) Loss of 25%                   (b) Gain of 25%                
(c) Gain of 10%                   (d) Loss of 10% 


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21. A company offers three types of successive discounts: (1) 25% and 15%. (ii) 30% and 10%. (iii) 35% and 5%. Which offer is the best for a customer? 
(a) First offer             (b) Second offer        
(c) Third offer           (d) Anyone; all are equally good 










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22. An article is listed at Rs. 900 and two successive discounts of 8% and 8% are given on it. How much would the seller gain or lose, if the gives a single discount of 16%, instead of two discounts? 
(a) Gain of Rs. 4.76                      (B) Loss of Rs. 5.76 
(c) Gain of Rs. 5.76                       (d) Loss of Rs. 4.76 












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23. The marked price of a watch is Rs. 800. A customer gets two successive discounts on the marked price, the first being 10%. The second discount, it the customer pays Rs. 612 of it, is 
(a) 12%               (b) 10%               (c) 15%                  (d) 14%



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24. How much percent more than the cost price should a shopkeeper mark his goods so that after allowing a discount of 20% on the marked price, he gains 10%? 
(a) 30%               (b) 10%                (c) 27.5%                (d) 37.5%



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25. A dealer buys a car listed at Rs. 200000 at successive discounts of 5% and 10%. If he sells the car for Rs. 179550, then his profit is 
(a) 10%                   (b) 9%                   (c) 5%                       (d) 4%


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26. A trader marked an article at 10% above its cost price. For selling, he allowed a certain discounts and suffered a loss of 1%. The discount was 
(a) 9%                  (b) 10%                 (c) 11%                     (d) 12% 

















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27. An article listed at Rs. 800 is sold at successive discounts of 25% and 15%. The buyer desires to sell it off at a profit of 20% after allowing a 10% discount. What would be his list price? 
(a) RS. 620         (b) Rs. 600           (c) Rs. 640              (d) Rs. 680 


















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28. The difference between a discount of 40% on Rs. 500 and two successive discounts of 36% and 4% on the same amount is. 
(a) zero          (b) Rs. 1.93        (c) Rs. 2.00               (d) Rs. 7.20 








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29. If a discount of 20% on the marked price of a shirt saves a man Rs. 150, how much did he pay for the shirt? 
(a) Rs. 600          (b) Rs. 650        (c) Rs. 500              (d) Rs. 620 















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30. The marked price of a radio is 20% more than its cost price. If a discount of 10% is given on the marked price, the gain percent is: 
(a) 15                  (b) 12                (c) 10                     (d) 8 









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31. Ravi buys an article with a discount of 25% on its marked price. He makes a profit of 10% by selling it at Rs. 660. The marked price of the article was: 
(a) Rs. 600          (b) Rs. 700          (c) Rs. 800           (d) Rs. 685



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32. A fan is listed at Rs. 1,400 and the discount offered is 10%. What additional discount must be given to bring the net selling price to Rs. 1,200? 
(a) 16(1/2)%            (b) 5%             (c)4(16/21)%           (d) 6% 














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33. The marked price of an electric iron is Rs. 300. The shopkeeper allows a discount of 12% and still gains 10%. If no discount is allowed, his gain percent would have been: 
(a) 20               (b) 25                   (c) 27                    (d) 30 













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34. A shopkeeper marks his goods 30% above his cost price but allows a discount of 10% at the time of sale. His gain is 
(a) 21%               (b) 20%                        (c) 18%                 (d) 17% 












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35. An article is listed at Rs. 920. A customer pays Rs. 742.90 for it after getting two successive discounts. If the rate of the first discount is 15%, the rate of 2nd discount is 
(a) 3%                  (b) 5%                  (c) 8%                     (d) 12% 
















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36. An article is sold at a discount of 20% and an additional discount of 30% is allowed on cash payment. If Vidya purchased the article by paying Rs. 2240 in cash, the marked price of the article was 
(a) Rs. 4000        (b) Rs. 4368       (c) Rs. 4400             (d) Rs. 4480



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37. A retailer purchases a grinder at a discount of 15% and sells it for Rs. 1955 at a profit of 15%. The amount of discount received by the retailer from the wholesaler was 
(a) Rs. 270            (b) Rs. 290            (c) Rs. 300            (d) Rs. 330 














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38. A tradesman marks his goods at 25% above the cost price and allows purchasers a discount of 12%. His profit is 
(a) 8%               (b) 8.5%               (c) 8.625%              (d) 9.375% 















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39. The marked price of the watch was Rs. 820. A man bought the watch for Rs. 570.72 after getting two successive discounts, of which the first was 20%. The second discount was 
(a) 18%             (b) 15%              (c) 13%           (d) 11% 














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40. While selling a cooler, a shop-keeper gives a discount of 10% on the marked price. If he gives a discount of 12% he earns Rs. 35 less as profit. The marked price of the cooler is 
(a) Rs. 1,650        (b) Rs. 1,625       (c) Rs. 1,725        (d) Rs.1,750 









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41. A trader gains 15% after selling an item at 10% discount on the printed price. The ratio of the cost price and printed price of the item is 
(a) 18: 23               (b) 17: 18              (c) 17: 23               (d) 18: 25 









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42. A bicycle, marked at Rs. 2,000, is sold with two successive discount of 20% and 10%. An additional discounts of 5% is offered for cash payment. The selling price of the bicycle at cash payment is 
(a) Rs. 1,368        (b) Rs. 1,468      (c) Rs. 1,568         (d) Rs. 1,668 







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43. If a commission of 10% is given' on the written price of an article, the gain is 20%. The gain percent, when the commission is increased to 20%, will be 
(a) 6(2/3)                (b) 5                (c) 8                   (d) 5(1/3) 





















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44. The difference between a discount of 40% on Rs. 500 and two successive discounts of 30% and 10% on the same amount is 
(a) Rs. 15               (b) 0            (c) Rs. 20                      (d) Rs. 10 





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45. A dozen pair of socks quoted at Rs. 80 is available at a discount of 10%. How many pairs of socks can be bought for Rs.24? 
(a) 4                 (b) 5                (c) 3                         (d) 6 




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46. The marked price of a T.V. is Rs. 16,000. After two successive discounts, it is sold for Rs. 11,400. If the first discount is 5%, then the rate of the second discount is 
(a) 15%             (b) 20%                     (c) 30%                (d) 25











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47. The difference between a discount of 30% on Rs. 2,000 and two successive discounts of 25% and 5% on the same amount is 
(a) Rs. 30                (b) Rs. 35         (c) Rs. 25                (d) Rs. 40 








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