Q.No. 1 Applied to a bill for Rs. 1,00,000 the difference between a discount of 40% and two successive discounts of 36% and 4% is:

Q.No. 2 On a 20% discount sale, an article costs Rs. 596. What was the original price of the article?

Q.No. 3 A discount of 15% on one article is the same as discount of 20% on a second article. The costs of the two articles can be:

Q.No. 4 A discount of 2 ½% is given to the customer on marked price of an article. A man bought the article for Rs. 39. The marked price of article is:

Q.No. 5 Printed price of an article is Rs. 900 but the retailer gets a discount of 40%. He sells the article for Rs. 900. Retailer’s gain percent is:

Q.No. 6 The marked price of a watch was Rs. 720. A man bought the same watch for Rs. 550.80, after getting two successive discounts. If the first discount was 10%, what was the second discount rate?

Q.No. 7 A shopkeeper marks his goods 20% above cost price, but allows 30% discount for cash. His net loss is:

Q.No. 8 A retailer buys 40 pens at the marked price of 36 pens from a wholesaler. If he sells these pens giving a discount of 1%, what is the profit percent?

Q.No. 9 A dealer offers a discount of 10% on the marked price of an article and still makes a profit of 20%. If its marked price is Rs. 800, then the cost price of the article is:

Q.No. 10 Successive discounts of 20% and 10% are equivalent to a single discount of :