Answer :

Given, cost price of buffalo is 44000 and cost price of cow is 18000


Buffalo sold at Loss% = 5%


And profit% for cow is 10%


Need to find out the net transaction


We know that Loss% = × 100


5 = × 100


Loss = 5 × 440


= 2200


SP = Cp-loss = 44000-2200


= 41800


we know that profit% = 10%


Profit% =


10 = × 100


Profit = 1800


we know that SP = CP + Profit = 18000 + 1800 = 19800


total cost of both the animals is 44000 + 18000 = 62000


Total SP of both the animals is 41800 + 19800 = 61600


Net loss = cp-sp = 62000-61600 = 400


Option A is incorrect as loss of 200 ≠ loss of 400


Option B is incorrect as profit of 400 ≠ loss of 400


Option C is correct as loss of 400


= loss of 400


Option D is incorrect as profit of 200 ≠ loss of 400


Hence, option C is the correct one.

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