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If \(40\%\) of students in a class are Hindus, what per cent of the students are non – Hindus?
A basket is full of bananas, mangoes and apples. If \(50\%\) are mangoes, \(30\%\) are apples, then what percent are bananas?
What is \(5\%\) of 200?
What is \(12.5\%\) of 200?
There are 40 children in a class. \(25\%\) like playing football. How many children like playing football?
The salary of Manish is ₹ 4000. He saves \(10\%\) of his salary. How much does he save?
Convert\(\dfrac{1}{5}\) to per cent
A traveller covered \(8\%\) of his total journey which is 50 km long on foot. How many kilometre did he cover on foot?
In a particular kind of pulses, the quantity of protein is \(25\%\) . How much protein is there in 4 kg of that pulse?
Meenu purchased a coat for Rs 600. She had to pay \(4\%\) sales tax on it. Find the amount of sales tax.
The price of petrol has risen from ₹ 48 to ₹ 52 a litre. By what per cent has the price risen up?
₹ 100 are to be divided between Apala and Meenu. Apala gets \(60\%\). What does Meenu get?
The angles of a triangle are in the ratio 1 : 1 : 2. What is the largest angle?
The marks in a test decreased from 40 to 30. The percentage decrease is
The number of students in 2008 was 1000. It became 1100 in 2009. The percentage increase is
An article was purchased for ₹ 100 and sold for ₹ 120. What is the profit?
Loss = 120 – 100 = 20
A watch was purchased for ₹ 316 and sold for ₹ 300. What is the loss?
Loss = 316 – 300 = 16
A shopkeeper bought a table for ₹ 500 and sold it for ₹ 400. Find the loss percentage.
Meenu purchased an item for ₹ 800 and sold the same for ₹ 1000. The gain percentage is
The interest on a sum of ₹ 2500 for 4 years at the interest rate \(4\%\) is
Interest
A man buys a shirt \(\dfrac{3}{4}\) of its value and sells it for \(20\%\) more than its value. What is his gain \(\%\)?
Gain
A dealer sells two wrist watches for Rs 2400 each gaining \(20\%\) on one and losing \(20\%\) on the other. His over all gain or loss is
Case 1:
CP
Case – 2:
CP
Total CP = 5000
Total SP
Loss = 5000 – 4000 = Rs 200
A man sells two cars for Rs 2464 each. On one car he gains \(12\%\) and on another he losses \(12\%\) . How much does he gain or loss on the whole transaction ?
Total CP = 2200 + 2800 = 5000
Total SP = 4928
Loss percentage
Ashok loses \(15\%\) by selling a mobile for Rs 595. At what price must he sell the mobile to earn a profit of \(15\%\) ?
On selling at loss, CP
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To make a profit of
By selling a washing machine for Rs 8100, a retailer losses \(10\%\). Find the cost price of the washing machine.
CP