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1) Given that, cost price = ‘ 750

Expense = Rs. 50

Profit = Rs. 80

Selling price = cost price+ Expense + profit

= 750+50+80

selling price = Rs. 880

Purchase price = cost price+ Expense

= 750+50

= Rs. 800

= 10%

Profit percent = 10%

2) Given that, cost price = ‘ 4500

Expense = Rs. 500

Loss = Rs. 1000

Selling price = cost price+ Expense - loss

= 4500+500-1000

selling price = Rs. 4000

Purchase price = cost price+ Expense

= 4500+500

= Rs. 5000

= 20%

loss percent = 20%

3) Given that, cost price = ‘ 46000

Expense = Rs. 4000

Selling price = Rs. 60000

Purchase price = cost price+ Expense

= 46000+4000

= Rs. 50000

Profit = selling price – purchase price

= 60000- 50000

= Rs. 10000

profit = Rs. 10000

= 20%

Profit percent = 20%

4) Given that, cost price = ‘ 300

Expense = Rs. 50

Profit percent = 12%

Purchase price = cost price+ Expense

= 300+50

= Rs. 350

= Rs. 42

Profit = Rs. 42

Selling price = purchase price + profit

= 350 + 42

= Rs. 392

Selling price = Rs. 392

5) Given that, cost price = ‘ 330

Expense = Rs. 20

Loss percent = 10%

Purchase price = cost price+ Expense

= 330+20

= Rs. 350

= Rs. 35

loss = Rs. 35

Selling price = purchase price - loss

= 350 - 35

= Rs. 315

Selling price = Rs. 315

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