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### Profit Loss Questions Solutions IBPS Clerk

**Q 1. What profit/loss per cent did Ravi earn if he purchased an item of Rs 5,600 and sold it at three fourth of its cost price ?**

- (a) Loss of 20 per cent
- (b) Gain of 25 per cent
- (c) Neither gain nor loss
- (d) Loss of 15 per cent
- (e) None of these

1. (5) S.P. = 5600 × ¾ = Rs. 4200

Loss = 5600 – 4200 = Rs. 1400

∴ Loss percentage = Loss/ Cost price × 100 = 1400/5600 × 100 = 25%

**Q 2. Prasad sold his work tools for Rs 1850 and earned a profit of 25 per cent. At what price did Prasad buy the work tools?**

- (a) Rs 1,360
- (b) Rs 1,300
- (c) Rs 1,240
- (d) Rs 1,480
- (e) None of these

2. (4) C.P = 100/(100 + Profit per cent) × S.P.

= 100/125 × 1850 = Rs. 1480

**Q 3. Rehaan purchased a bike for Rs. 54,000.He sold it at a loss of 8 per cent. With that money he again purchased another bike and sold it at a profit of 10 per cent. What is his overall loss/ profit ?**

- (a) Loss of Rs. 657
- (b) Profit of Rs. 567
- (c) Loss of Rs. 648
- (d) Profit of Rs. 648
- (e) None of these

3. (4) First S.P. = 54000 × 92/100 = Rs.49680

Second SP = 49680 × 110/100 = Rs. 54648

∴ Profit = 54680 – 54000 = Rs. 648

**Q 4. Meera purchased an item for Rs. 62,000 and sold it at loss of 25 percent. With that amount she purchased another item and sold it at a gain of 30 percent. What was her overall gain/loss?**

- (a) Loss of Rs. 1560
- (b) Profit of Rs. 1560
- (c) Loss of Rs. 1550
- (d) Profit of Rs. 1550
- (e) None of these

4. (3) Last selling price = 62000 × 75/100 × 130/100 = Rs. 60450

∴ Loss = Rs. (62000 - 60450) = Rs.1550

**Q 5. Seema purchased an item for Rs. 9,600 and sold it for a loss of 5 percent. From that money she purchased another item and sold it for a gain of 5 percent, What is her overall gain/loss?**

- (a) Loss of Rs. 36
- (b) Profit of Rs. 24
- (c) Loss of Rs. 54
- (d) Profit of Rs. 36
- (e) None of these

5. (5) First S.P.= 9600 × 95/100 = Rs. 9120

Second S.P.= 9120 × 105/100 = Rs. 9576

∴ Loss = Rs. (9600 - 9576) =Rs. 24

**Q 6. Kamya purchased an item of Rs. 46,000 and sold it at a loss of 12 percent. With that amount she purchased another item and sold it at a gain of 12 percent. What was her overall gain/loss?**

- (a) Loss of Rs. 662.40
- (b) Profit of Rs. 662.40
- (c) Loss of Rs. 642.80
- (d) Profit of Rs. 642.80
- (e) None of these

6. (1) First S.P = 46000 × 88/100 = Rs. 40480

Second S.P. = 40480 × 112/100 =Rs. 45337.6

∴ Loss = Rs. (46000 – 45337.6) = Rs. 662.4

**Q 7. Three partners A, B and C started a business with an investment of Rs. 14000 each. A withdrew Rs. 2000 after two months. B invested Rs. 2000 more and C invested Rs. 4000 more at the same time. Total profit earned at the end of the year was Rs. 54400. Find A’s share in the profit.**

- (a) Rs. 14800
- (b) Rs. 14600
- (c) Rs. 14680
- (d) Rs. 15800
- (e) None of these

7. (1) Ratio of equivalent capitals of A,B and C for one month = (2 × 14000 + 10 × 12000) : (2 × 14000 + 10 × 16000) : (2 × 14000 + 10 × 18000)

= (28000 + 120000) : (28000 + 160000) : (28000 + 180000)

= 148000 : 188000 : 208000

= 37 : 47 : 52

Sum of ratios = 37 + 47 + 52 = 136

A’s share = 37/136 × 54400 = Rs. 14800

**Q 8. A man sells calculator at the rate of Rs. 250 each which includes a profit of 14 per cent. What amount of profit will he earn in 19 days if he sells seven calculators per day ?**

- (a) Rs. 4665
- (b) Rs. 4565
- (c) Rs. 4545
- (d) Rs. 4655
- (e) None of these

8. (5) Profit on one calculator = Rs. (250 × 14/114)

∴ Total profit = (7 × 19 × 250 × 14)/114 = Rs. 4083

**Q 9. An article was sold for Rs. 5220 at a loss of 42% of the cost price. What will be the selling price of the article for a profit of 42% ?**

- (a) Rs. 12580
- (b) Rs. 17280
- (c) Rs. 12780
- (d) Rs. 15280
- (e) None of these

9. (3) C.P. of article = 5220 × 100/(100 - 42)

= (5220 × 100)/58 = Rs. 9000

∴ Required S.P. = 9000 × 142/100 = Rs. 12780

**Q 10. A shopkeeper sells two watches for Rs. 308 each. On one he gets 12% profit and on the other 12% loss. His profit or loss in the entire transaction was ?**

- (a) 36/25% loss
- (b) 36/25% gain
- (c) 77/25 % loss
- (d) 77/25 %gain
- (e) None of these

10. (1) Loss per cent = [(Common gain or loss)/10]2%

= (12/10)2 % = 36/25%