Discount Questions with answer and solution Mock Practice Test for SSC CGL, CHSL, MTS, GD, Bank Competitive Exams.

Quiz : **Maths – Discount Practice Set **

Objective MCQ Question

Medium – English

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## Results

### #1. A shopkeeper fixes the price of an article at 30% higher than its actual cost. If he sells it at 10% discount on marked price then, the profit is :

### #2. In selling an article, the single discount equivalent to two successive discounts of 25% and 5% is :

### #3. The state electricity board gives 15% discount on electric bills if it is paid before due date. One person gets Rs 54 as discount. The amount of actual bill was :

### #4. Ravi buys an article with a discount of 25% on its marked price. He makes a profit of 10% by selling it at Rs 660. The marked price of the article was :

### #5. A store has an offer ‘Buy 4 Get 1 Free’. What is the net percentage of discount?

### #6. A man bought a watch for 10% discount. If had bought for 20% discount he would have got the watch for Rs 125 less. The marked price of the watch is :

### #7. A single discount equivalent to the series of discounts 20%, 10% and 5% is equal to :

### #8. A double bed is marked at Rs 7500. The shopkeeper allows successive discounts of 8%, 5% and 2% on it. What is the net selling price?

### #9. Two successive discounts of 10% and 5% is given on a bill of Rs 110. Find the net amount of money payable to clear the bill. (Answer to the nearest rupee)

### #10. The list price of a clock is Rs 160. A customer buys it for Rs 122.40 after two successive discounts. If first discount is 10%, the second is ?

### #11. A bicycle, marked at Rs 2,000 is sold with two successive discounts of 20% and 10%. An additional discount of 5% is offered for cash payment. The selling price of the bicycle at cash payment is :

### #12. A shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% on the marked price of a camera. Marked price of the camera, which costs him Rs 600, to make a profit of 20% should be :

### #13. If a person marks a product 25% above the cost price but allows 10% discount, then the percentage of profit is :

### #14. If the discount is equal to one fifth of the marked price and the loss is half the discount, then the percentage of loss is :

### #15. A tradesman marks his goods at 20% above the cost price. He allows his customer a discount of 8% on marked price. Find out his profit percent.

### #16. A store offe Rs a variety of discounts that range between 20% and 25% inclusive. If a book is discounted to a price of Rs 270, then its greatest possible original price was :

### #17. The cost of manufacturing an article was Rs 900. The trader wants to gain 25% after giving a discount of 10%. The marked price must be :

### #18. A shopkeeper earns a profit of 12% on selling a book at 10% discount on the printed price. The ratio of the cost price and the printed price of the book is :

### #19. The marked price of a radio is Rs 4800. The shopkeeper allows a discount of 10% and gains 8%. If no discount is allowed, his gain per cent will be :

### #20. A table with marked price Rs 1200 was sold to a customer for Rs 1100. Find the rate of discount allowed on the table.

### #21. An article marked as Rs 800 is offered at Rs 736 in the off season. The rate of discount offered is :

### #22. The printed price of an article is Rs 900 but the retailer gets a discount of 40%. He sells the article for Rs 900. The retailer’s gain percent is :

### #23. The total discount on Rs 1860 due after a certain time at 5% is Rs 60. Find the time after which it is due :

### #24. If in a sale, the discount given on a saree is equal to one-fourth the marked price and the loss due to this discount is 15%, then the ratio of the cost price to the selling price is :

### #25. Ramesh bought 10 cycles for Rs 500 each. He spent Rs 2000 on the repair of all cycles. He sold five of them for Rs 750 each and the remaining for Rs 550 each. Then the total gain or loss % is :

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