Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is a set of Quantitative Aptitude Quiz on Profit & Loss for Prelims exam of SBI Clerk 2018.

- Aman bought chocho at 6 for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 20%?

(1) 3

(2) 4

(3) 5

(4) 6

- A man sold two dogs at Rs. 1995 each. On one he lost 15% and on the other he gained 15%. What his gain or loss %?

(1)1.25

(2) 2.25

(3) 2.65

(4) 2.45

- Soumi purchased 13 chair of Rs. 115 each and sold all at Rs. 1220. Then find the profit or loss on the transaction-

(1) Rs. 280 loss

(2) Rs. 275 loss

(3) Rs. 325 profit

(4) Rs. 350 profit

- A flower seller sells 3/5 th part of rose at a profit of 10% and remaining at a loss of 5%. If the total profit is Rs. 1500 then what is the total cost price of rose?

(1) Rs. 37500

(2) Rs. 37000

(3) Rs. 36500

(4) Rs. 36000

- If Rohini sells an article to Kajol at 10% gain, while Kajol sells it to Rani at 20% gain at Rs. 1914 then what is the cost price?

(1) Rs. 1450

(2) Rs. 1340

(3) Rs. 1560

(4) Rs. 1780

- If selling of an article’s unit is decreased by 60% then there is 10% loss on the cost price. What was the initial profit %?

(1)115%

(2) 130%

(3) 135%

(4) 125%

- A dishonest merchant sells his grocery using weights 15% less than the true weights and makes a profit of 20%. Find his total gain percentage.

(1) 12.15%

(2) 41.75%

(3) 41.17%

(4) 40.72%

- A shopkeeper offers a discount of 20% on the selling price. On a special sale day, he offers an extra 25% off coupon after the first discount. If the article was sold for Rs. 3600, Find The cost price if the shopkeeper still makes a profit of 80% on the whole after all discounts are applied.

(1) Rs. 2000

(2) Rs. 3000

(3) Rs. 4000

(4) Rs. 5000

- 100 oranges are bought at the rate of Rs. 350 and sold at the rate of Rs. 48 per dozen. The percentage of profit or loss is:

(1) 14 2/7% gain

(2) 15% gain

(3) 14 2/7% loss

(4) 15 % loss

- In a transaction, the profit percentage is 80% of the cost. If the cost further increases by 20% but the selling price remains the same, how much is the decrease in profit percentage?

(1) 20%

(2) 30%

(3) 40%

(4) 50%

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