Lakshya Education MCQs

Question:

  1. X sold his goods to Y at a loss of 25%. Y sold it to Z at a price that would have given X a gain of 50%. Determine the gain per cent of Y.

Options:
A.90 %
B.100 %
C.110%
D.120%
Answer: Option B

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Question 1.

  1. By selling an article for Rs 11, a man gained 10%. To lose 10%, he should sell it for

Options:
  1.    Rs 9
  2.    Rs 10
  3.    Rs 11
  4.    none of these
Answer: Option A
Question 2.

  1. A shopkeeper professes to sell his goods on cost price but with the false balance, he gains \(1\frac{1}{9}\)%. What does he use for a kilogram weight?

Options:
  1.    750 g
  2.    800 g
  3.    850 g
  4.    900 g
Answer: Option D
Question 3.

  1. A shopkeeper loses 25 % by selling bananas at the rate of 100 bananas for Rs 30. The cost price of one banana is

Options:
Answer: Option D
Question 4.

  1. A man bought buttons at 4 for 9 paise and sold them at 5 for 12 paise and thus gained Rs 120. What was the number of buttons bought?

Options:
  1.    75000
  2.    80000
  3.    85000
  4.    90000
Answer: Option B
Question 5.

  1. A cloth merchant has announced 25% rebate in prices. If one needs to have a rebate of Rs 42, then how many shirts costing Rs 28 each should he purchase?

Options:
  1.    5
  2.    6
  3.    7
  4.    8
Answer: Option B
Question 6.

  1. A dishonest seller professes to sell his goods at cost price but uses a weight of 900 g for a kilogram weight. His gain % is

Options:
  1.    \(11\frac{1}{9}%\)
  2.    \(12\frac{1}{9}%\)
  3.    \(13\frac{1}{9}%\)
  4.    none of these
Answer: Option A