In the Meena Bazar ladies purchases with a fair bargaining, so the shopkeepers markup the prices too much.
One of the shopkeeper marked up an article at Rs. X expected huge profit if it is sold on the marked price.
But a lady purchased it at X/2 with her fine bargaining skills, so the expected profit of the shopkeeper diminished by 66.66%.
What is the percentage discount fetched by the customer through bargaining?
A retailer sells two items having cost prices Rs. 1200 and Rs. 1500 respectively.
He offers discount of 8% on both items.
The ratio between the marked price of these items is 8:9 respectively.
If the total profit earned by a retailer is Rs. 428, then what is the difference between the marked price (in Rs) of both items?
If a shopkeeper purchases cashew-nuts at s. 700 per kg, and sells it at Rs 45 per 50 gms, then he will have how much profit or loss percentage?
By selling an article for Rs. 171, a shopkeeper gains as much percent as the cost price of an article.
In order to get 40% profit, at what price (Rs) he should sell an article?
When an article is sold for Rs. 2080, the shopkeeper suffers as much loss as he would have gained by selling it at a profit of 20%.
If he sells the same article for Rs. 2470, what is his profit or loss percentage?
On an article with marked price Rs.40000, a customer has a choice between three successive, 2 discounts of 20%, 20% and 10% and three successive discount of 40%, 5% and 5%.
Which is the better offer and how much he can save?