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Profit and Loss

The cost price of 20 articles is equal to the selling price of 16 articles. Find the gain or loss percent?


Successive discount of 10% and 10% are equivalent to a single discount of ?

A discount series of 10%, 20% and 40% is equal to single discount of ?

Pepsi and Coke, there are two companies, selling the packs of cold­drinks. For the same selling price Pepsi gives two successive discounts of 10% and 25% on marked price, while Coke sells it by giving two successive discounts of 15% and 20% on marked price. What is the ratio of their marked price?


If x is 15% of y and y is 40% of z, then x+y is what % of z ?

Time and Distance

While going form A to B, Rahman drove at 40 km an hour but while coming back he drove at only 24 km an hour. what was the average speed (in km/hr) at which he drove ?


The number of natural numbers less than 100 which have exactly 3 factors is ?

Height and Distance

The difference in the length of the shadow of a 10 m high pole when the angles of elevation of the sun are 30° and 60° is

Indian History

Who among the following social reformers had founded the Ramakrishna Mission ?


Who received the first Nobel Prize in physics?

Which among the following is the SI unit of Force?

Atmospheric pressure at sea level equals ?

General Knowledge of India

Which of the following dance forms was introduced by the great Vaishnava saint and reformer Mahapurusha Sankaradeva ?

Which of the following is the only classical dance of india having links with Muslim culture and represents a unique synthesis of Hindu and Muslim genius in art ?

Time and Distance

Starting from the same point at the same time, Ruhan and Yuvan had to reach the same destination. While Ruhan drove at 45 km/hr, Yuvan was slower by 5 km/hr. If Yuvan arrived at the destination an hour after Ruhan did, the distance covered by each, in Kilometres, was ?

Simple Interest

A sum of money was invested at a certain rate of simple interest for 4 years. Had the sum been invested at a rate 3% higher than the actual rate, the interest earned would have been 720 Rs more. Find the sum initially invested?

Ratio and Proportion

A bag contains red, blue and black balls. The ratio of red to blue balls is 3 : 5. The ratio of black to red balls is 3 : 4. What is the ratio of blue to black balls?

Profit and Loss

Selling a pack of incense sticks for 136 Rs resulted in a loss of 15%. To make a profit of 10%, the selling price should be ?