# Interview Questions.

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Question 1. If A And B Are Positive Integers, And X=2×3×7×a , And Y=2×2×8×b , And The Values Of Both X And Y Lie Between 120 And 130 (now not Including The Two), Then A–b=?

We are given that x=2×three×7×a=42a and y=2×2×8×b=32b

We are for the reason that the values of each x and y lie between 120 and 130 (not inclusive of the 2).

The only a couple of of 42 in this variety is forty two×3=126.

Hence, x=126 and a=3.

The most effective a couple of of 32 on this variety is 32×4=128.

Hence, y=128 and b=four.

Hence, a-b=three-four= -1.

Question 2. Peter Bought A Laptop For Rs. 24,seven hundred, Which He Later Sold To John For Rs. 26000. Find The Profit Percentage?

S.P = 26000 and C.P = 24700.

Profit = S.P – C.P = 26000 – 24700 = 1300

Profit percent = (Profit /C.P) x 100 = (1300/26000) x 100 = 100 / 20 = 5 %.

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Question three. Rajni Purchased A Mobile Phone And A Refrigerator For Rs. 12000 And Rs. Ten thousand Respectively. She Sold The First At A Loss Of 12% And The Second At A Profit Of eight%.What Is Her Overall Profit/loss?

Total charge = 12000 + ten thousand = 22000

Total Cost price = Rs 22000

SP of cell smartphone

=> 88 % of CP

= (88/a hundred) x 12000

= zero.88 x 12000

= 10560

SP of refrigerator

= 108% of CP

= (108/100) x ten thousand

= 1.08 x 10000

= 10800

Total SP = 10560 + 10800

= 21360

Loss = (C.P.) - (S.P.)

Loss = 22000 – 21360

= 640.

Question 4. A Man Sold A Horse At A Loss Of 7%. Had He Been Able To Sell It At A Gain Of 9%, It Would Have Fetched Rs. 64 More Than It Did. What Was His Cost Price?

In the given trouble, let C.P denote the fee fee, then

(one hundred+9)% of CP – (a hundred-7) % of C.P = Rs. Sixty four

=>(109)% of CP – (ninety three) % of C.P = Rs. 64

=>16 % of CP = 64

=> CP = sixty four x one hundred / 16 = 400.

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Question 5. A Grocer Sells Rice At A Profit Of 10% And Uses A Weight Which Is 20% Less. Find His Total Percentage Gain?

The grocer buys rice at m Rs/Kg

Then he sells at Rs (110/one hundred)m in line with 80/100 Kg Or, at Rs. A hundred and ten m /100 x (100/eighty) according to kg = 11 m / eight in keeping with kg

Profit = 11m/eight â€“ m = 3m/eight

Profit percentage = (3m/eight) / m x (one hundred) = 300/8 = 37.5%.

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Question 6. A Dishonest Dealer Professes To Sell His Goods At Cost Price, But He Uses A Weight Of 960 Gm For The Kg Weight. Find His Gain Percent?

Cost of the goods be 1 Re consistent with kg.

He sells for Re 1 what fee to him is Rs. Zero.Ninety six

Gain = 1 â€“ zero.Ninety six = 0.04

Gain percentage = (zero.04/zero.96) x 100 = 25/6 %.

Question 7. If I Purchased 11 Books For Rs. 10 And Sold All The Books At The Rate Of 10 Books For eleven, Find My Profit Percentage?

If C.P = 10 Rs. Then S.P = (eleven/10 x eleven) = 12.1 Rs

Gain = 12.1 - 10 Rs = 2.1 Rs

Gain % = profit/C.P x one hundred = 2.1 / 10 x a hundred = 21 %.

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Question 8. A Shopkeeper Makes A Profit Of 15% By Selling A Book For Rs.230. What Is The Actual Profit Of The Book In Rupees?

Let the C.P = okay Rs.

Profit = 15 % on C.P => income = 15k/a hundred

S.P = C.P + earnings = okay + 15k/one hundred = 115k/one hundred

=> 115k/a hundred = 230 => k =230 x (100/a hundred and fifteen) = 200Rs.

Profit = 15 % on 2 hundred Rs = 30 Rs.

Question nine. A Man Sells His Scooter For Rs. 16500 Making A Profit Of 10%. How Much Did The Scooter Cost Him?

Let the cost price be k Rs.

Profit percent = 10%, profit = (10/a hundred) x k = ok/10

S.P = C.P + Profit = k + (k/10) = 11k/10

11k/10 = 16500 => ok = 16500 x (10/eleven) = 15000.

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Question 10. Mr. Y Bought Apples At Rs. 5 A Dozen. He Had To Sell Them At A Loss Of 4%. Find The Selling Price Of One Apple (in Paisa)?

We have C.P of 1 dozen apple = Rs. 5,

Loss percentage = 4 %

Loss = (4/a hundred) x 5

= 1/5 Rs

S.P = C.P – Loss

= (five – 1 / 5)

= 24 /five Rs.

Thus S.P of one dozen apple = Rs. 24/5

S.P of one apple = (24 / five) x (1/12)

= 2/five Rs

= (2/five) * a hundred paisa

= forty paisa.

Question 11. Mr. X Bought An Article For Rs. 1215 And Spent Rs. 35 On Its Transportation. At What Price Should He Sell The Article To Have A Gain Of sixteen%?

Effective price price = Rs. 1215 + Rs. 35 = 1250

He needs 16% profit at the cost charge. Profit = (sixteen/a hundred) x 1250 = two hundred

S.P = C.P + Gain = 1250 + 200 = 1450.

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Question 12. A Shopkeeper Buys Bananas At 12 For Rs 9 And Sells At 9 For Rs.12. Find His Gain Or Loss Percent?

L.C.M of 9 and 12 = 36

Given, C.P of 12 bananas = nine Rs.

=> C.P of 36 bananas = 27 Rs.

Given, S.P of 9 bananas = 12 Rs

=> S.P of 36 bananas = forty eight Rs.

Since S.P > C.P, there should be a few income,

Profit = S.P - C.P

= forty eight - 27 = 21

Profit percentage = (profit / C.P) x 100

= (21 / 27) x a hundred

= seven hundred / 9

= 77.Seventy eight%.

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Question 13. The Selling Price Of 10 Articles Is The Same As The Cost Price Of 12 Articles, Find Gain Percent?

Let the cost fee of every article be Rs ok

We have, S.P of 10 articles = C.P of 12 articles = 12k

We recognize that C.P of 10 articles = 10 okay

Gain on the acquisition of articles = 12 ok â€“ 10k = 2k

Profit percentage = (income/C.P) x 100 = (2k/10k) x one hundred = 20%.

Question 14. Vijay Sells An Article At A Profit Of 20%. If That Article Was Bought For Rs.1500, Then Find The Selling Price?

C.P = Rs. 1500 and Profit = 20%

=> income = (20/a hundred) x 1500 = 300

S.P = C.P + earnings

= 1500 + three hundred

= 1800.

Question 15. A Shopkeeper Buys Bananas At 10 For Rs 8 And Sells At 8 For Rs. 10. Find His Gain Or Loss Percent?

L.C.M of 8 and 10 = 40

C.P of 10 bananas = eight Rs => C.P of 40 bananas = 32 Rs.

S.P of eight bananas = 10 Rs. => S.P of forty bananas = 50 Rs.

A character buys 40 bananas for 32 Rs. And sells it for 50 Rs, it's far clean that he made earnings of 18 Rs.

Profit percent = (income/C.P) x a hundred = 18/32 x a hundred = fifty six.25%.

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Question 16. A Person Bought A Cycle For Rs. 1200 And Paid Some Extra 300 Rs For Its Repair Works. He Sold The Cycle For Rs. 1600. Find The Amount Of Profit Or Loss?

Given

Cost charge C.P = 1200 Rs,

Overhead prices = Rs. 300

Effective price fee = 1200 + 300 = 1500

Selling price = Rs. 1600

Since S.P > EffectiveC.P, there's some amount of income

Profit = S.P – C.P

= 1600 - 1500

= one hundred Rs.

Question 17. An Article Was Bought For Rs. 3000 And It Should Be Sold At A Profit Of Rs. 300, What Should Be The Selling Price Of That Article?

Cost price = 3000, Profit = Rs. Three hundred

We realize that

Profit = S.P – C.P

=> S.P = Profit + C.P

= three hundred + 3000

= 3300.

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Question 18. The Labelled Price Of A Product Is Rs. 750. If It Is Sold At 20% Discount And The Dealer Earns 25% Profit, Find Its Cost Price?

Given , Labelled price = Rs. 750

Discount = 20 % of labelled price

= ( 20 / 100 ) x 750

= 2 x 75

Discount = one hundred fifty

Selling Price = Labelled Price - Discount

= 750 - one hundred fifty

= Rs. Six hundred

Given , income = 25 %

Cost Price = [100/ (100 + Gain%)] * Selling Price

= [ 100 / ( 100 + 25 ) ] * 600

= ( 100 / a hundred twenty five ) * 600

= 480 Rs.

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Question 19. A Man Purchased An Article At 3/4 Th Of The List Price And Sold At Half More Than The List Price. What Was His Gain Per Cent?

Let the List charge of the thing = Rs. One hundred

Given, Cost charge(C.P) =3/four th of the listing rate

= (3/four) * 100

= seventy five Rs.

Given, Selling price =half extra than the list rate

= 1/2 of listing charge + listing rate

= (1/2) * a hundred + 100

= 50 + one hundred

= one hundred fifty Rs.

Gain % = (S.P - C.P) / C.P * a hundred%

= (one hundred fifty - 75) / 75 * a hundred%

= (seventy five/ 75) * one hundred%

= one hundred%

Thus,Gain % = one hundred%.

Question 20. The Marked Price Of A Radio Is 30% More Than Its Cost Price. If A Discount Of 10% Is Given On The Marked Price, Find The Gain Percent?

Solution is

Given

Let Cost Price = one hundred Rs

Marked charge = 30 % more than Cost Price

= 30 % of C.P + C.P

= ( ( 30 / one hundred ) x 100 ) + one hundred

= 30 + 100

= a hundred thirty Rs

Given Discount = 10 % of marked fee

= ( 10 / 100 ) x a hundred thirty

= 13 Rs

Selling Price = Marked Price - Discount

= one hundred thirty - 13

=117.

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Question 21. The Marked Price Of A Radio Is 20% More Than Its Cost Price. If A Discount Of 10% Is Given On The Marked Price, Find The Gain Percent?

Solution is

Given

Let the Cost fee = 100 Rs

Marked charge = 20 % extra than the price rate

= 20 % of C.P + C.P

= ( ( 20 / a hundred ) * a hundred ) + a hundred

Marked charge = one hundred twenty Rs

Discount = 10 % of marked price

= ( 10 / one hundred ) * 120

= 12 Rs

Selling price = Marked fee - Discount

= one hundred twenty - 12

= 108 Rs

Gain = ( Selling Price - Cost rate)

= 108 - a hundred

= eight

%Gain = ( Gain * 100 / CP)

= (eight *100)/one hundred

= 8%.

Gain percent = eight %.

Question 22. A Watch Is Bought For Rs. 1600 And Sold At A Loss Of 20 %. Find Its Selling Price?

Given

Cost charge = Rs. 1600

Loss % = 20 %

Selling price = [ (100 - Loss %) / 100 ] * C.P

= [ (100 - 20) / 100 ] * 1600

= [ 80 / 100 ] * 1600

= 80 * 16

= 1280.

Question 23. A Table Is Bought For Rs. 1500 And Sold At A Loss Of 30 %. Find Its Selling Price?

Solution is

Given

Cost charge = Rs.1500

Loss % = 30 %

Selling charge = [ ( 100 - Loss % ) / 100 ] * C.P

= [ ( 100 - 30 ) / 100 ] * 1500

= [ 70 / 100 ] * 1500

= 70 * 15

= 1050.

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Question 24. The Chair Is Bought For Rs. 1900 And Sold At Rs. 2565. Find The Profit Percent?

Solution is

Cost Price = Rs. 1900

Selling Price = Rs. 2565

income = promoting rate - fee price

Profit = Rs. 665

Profit Percentage = (Profit / C.P) x one hundred%

Profit Percentage = ( 665 / 1900 ) x a hundred

Profit Percentage = 35 %.

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Question 25. The Wooden Toy Is Bought For Rs. 1600 And Sold At Rs. 1920. Find The Profit Percent?

Cost Price = Rs. 1600

Selling Price = Rs. 1920

Profit = Rs. 320

Profit Percentage = (Profit / C.P) x 100

Profit Percentage = (320/1600) x a hundred

= 320 / 16

= 20%

Profit Percentage = 20 %.

Question 26. A Notebook Is Bought For Rs. 1100 And Sold At Profit Of 5 %. Find Its Selling Price?

Given

Cost price = Rs. 1100 Profit % = five %

Selling price = ( 100 + Gain % ) / a hundred X CP

= (a hundred + five) / (one hundred) x 1100

= a hundred and five / one hundred x 1100

= one zero five x eleven

= 1155

Selling charge = Rs 1155.

Question 27. A Wooden Toy Is Bought For Rs. 1200 And Sold At Profit Of 20 %. Find Its Selling Price?

Given

Cost price of Toy = Rs 1200

Profit or Gain = 20%

Selling rate =[ ( 100 + Gain % ) / 100] * C.P

= (a hundred + 20 ) / a hundred * 1200

= 120 / one hundred * 1200

= 120 * 12

= 1440

Selling Price = Rs 1440.

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Question 28. A Table Is Bought For Rs. 1783 And Sold At Profit Of sixty five %. Find Its Selling Price?

Given, Cost fee = Rs. 1783

Profit % = sixty five %

Selling fee = [(100 + profit%) / 100] * Cost Price

=> Selling charge = [(100 + 65) / 100] * 1783

= (a hundred sixty five / 100) * 1783

=2941.Ninety five

Thus, Selling fee of Table = Rs. 2941.95. ## Top Courses ##### CodeIgniter ##### Internet of Things ##### JIRA ##### OrientDB ##### Selenium 