Q. 464.0( 4 Votes )

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A fruit seller purchased 20 kg of apples at Rs 50 per kg. Out of these, 5% of the apples were found to be rotten. If he sells the remaining apples at Rs 60 per kg, then his _________is _________%.

Answer :

Given seller purchased apples at 50 per kg

Total purchased apples = 20kg

⇒ Since, 5% were rotten, so good apples = 20 – 5% of 20kg (rotten)

= 20-

= 20-1

= 19kg

⇒ 19kg apples are sold at 60 per kg

∴ total sp = 19 × 60

= 1140

∴ CP was 20kg apples = 20 × 50 = 1000

∴ Profit = SP-CP = 1140-1000

= 140

⇒ Profit% =

=

=

= 14%

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Match each of the entries in Column I with the appropriate entries in Column II:

**Column I**

i. 3:5

ii. 2.5

iii. 100%

iv.

vi. 12.5%

vii. SP when CP = Rs 50 and loss = 6%

viii. SP when CP = Rs 50 and profit = Rs 4

ix. Profit % when CP = Rs 40 and SP = Rs 50

x. Profit when CP = Rs 50 and SP = Rs 60

xi. Interest when principal = Rs 800,

Rate of interest = 10% per annum and period = 2 years

xii. Amount when principal = Rs 150, Rate of interest = 6% per annum and period = 1 year

**Column II**

A. Rs 54

B. Rs 47

C. Rs 53

D. Rs 160

E. 60%

F. 25%

G.

H. 250%

I. Rs 159

J.

K. 20%

L. 0.125

M. 3 : 2

N. Rs 164

O. 3 : 3

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