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ram nivas c
in todays competetive world companies conducts written exam to select right candidates, in those written exams thye most common section is aptitude and Profit and Loss
Meku A) SP-CP = 105;
SP = 6000;
so CP = 5895
and P% = profit/CP = 0.0178
so 25 = 0.0178 + x +(0.0178x/100) = 24.9
~ 0.25 % he should sell the half so ass to gain 25% on whole
GUNTURU B Loss=c.p-s.p
Loss per kg=(20×s.p per kg)/100
=>loss per kg=c.p per kg-s.p per kg
11-s.p per kg=s.p per kg/5
S.p per kg=9.1666
RUPEE c CP of both watch=900
Assume CP of 1st watch=x
CP of 2nd watch=900-x
900 = x(1.20)+ (900-x)0.75
lakshya a considering cost of product x and y
y is at loss
sree a solving by options
if one watch is 400 the other would be 500
so 20% of 500=100 and 25% of 400 is 100 hence there is no overall profit or loss
Gopal a profit=180 and loss is 225, remaining =400
Gururaja a a is ans
ANUSHA 400 let item A is sold for 20% profit and item B is sold for 25% loss. both profit and loss percentages are not equal and loss % is more so that i divided 900 rupees into two parts. so that i assumed the item B as 400 rupees. for 400, 25% means 100 that means item B is sold for 300/- and for 500 rupees 20% means 100 that means item A is sold for 600/-. so finally both items are sold for 900/-. no loss and no profit on both item.
Sujit B Hint:
Vidyadhar A 400
sabarivasan a 25% of 400 is 100rs is its loss selling price so ans is a
Akshay 400 cp2=900/2.25=400
karmveer 400 400 is CP of the watch sold at 25% loss i.e sold @ 300
shivam a eqations
ram nivas C is right ans