Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

What was the subject of the majority of the published works of Augustinian friar, Gregor Mendel, whose..................

In October 2009, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the 2016 Summer Olympics from 5....................

What fictional newspaper was edited by Perry White?

Lavalava is a word common in the South Pacific. What does it mean?

If the map of South America were thought of as a human head viewed in profile, facing to its left, what could...........

What was the nickname for a 1913 British Act of Parliament that enabled suffragettes on hunger strike to be.............

On 1 July 1967, what was the first official colour broadcast transmitted on television in the UK?

In 2006 Monty Panesar became the first person of what religion to play test cricket for England?

Where are more than half of the known mud volcanoes found?

A merchant has 1925 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 3% loss and the rest at 4% profit. He gains 2% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 4% profit and that sold at 3% loss?

A - amount of sugar sold at 3% loss A×97 + (1925 - A)×104 = 1925×102 97A + 1925×104 - 104A = 1925×102 -7A = 1925×(102 - 104) 7A = 1925×2 A = 1925×2/7 = 550 B = 1925 - 550 = 1375 = 1925 - A B - A = 1375 - 550 = 825kg.

A merchant has 640 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 2% loss and the rest at 6% profit. He gains 3% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of sugar sold at 2% loss and that sold at 6% profit?

The shopkeeper has 2020 kgs of rice, part of which he sells at 1% loss and the rest at 7% profit. He gains 2% on the whole. What is the difference between the quantities of rice sold at 7% profit and that sold at 1% loss?

A merchant has 144 kg of sugar, part of which he sells at 3% loss and the rest at 9% profit. He gains 5% on the whole. What is the quantity of sugar sold at 3% loss?