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The Basic Concept Of Percentage

The Basic Concept Of Percentage  

If we compare x to y then we assume y is always equal to 100%When any question asked, what percent of x is y, then y will be written in the deno

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Percentage: Formula And Examples Related To Population

Percentage: Formula And Examples Related To Population  

demographic calculations or population-based calculations , Let the population of a town be p now and suppose increase at the rate of R % per

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Percentage: Basic Concept and  Examples

Percentage: Basic Concept and  Examples  

The percentage can be divided into per-cent-age which means ‘per every hundred’. It is denoted by the symbol %. it compares the quantity in th

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Basics Of Profit And Loss

Basics Of Profit And Loss  

Profit or gain: if s.p (selling price ) is greater than c.p(cost price) then the seller is said to have a profit or gain i.e Profit = s.p – c.p. If

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Profit And Loss, Basic Tricks And Examples

Profit And Loss, Basic Tricks And Examples  

The price at which an article is purchased is called its cost price and denoted by cp. The amount gained after selling a product more than its cost

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Profit, Loss And Discount - Examples And Tricks To Solve

Profit, Loss And Discount - Examples And Tricks To Solve  

In the case of profit or loss , the relation is generated between c.p and s.p.In the case of discount the relation is generated between sp and mp

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Real Numbers

Real Numbers  

Union of all rational and irrational numbers is called the real  rumbers. Real numbers can be represented on number line .

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Number System

Number System  

In Hindi Arabic system, we use ten symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 called digits to represent any number. A g

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A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?

A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?  

A trader who marks his good up to 50% and offered a discount of 20%. What % profit the trade makes after offering the payment?

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1 of 1 〉 A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?
  • 15%
  • 20%
  • 25%
  • 40%

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Mathematics: Profit And Loss, Solved Questions

Mathematics: Profit And Loss, Solved Questions  

The profit earned by selling an article for Rs 900 is double the loss incurred when the same article is sold for Rs 450. At what price should the

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Math Quiz : General aptitude test on Mathematics for competitive Exams

Math Quiz : General aptitude test on Mathematics for competitive Exams  

A general aptitude test on mathematics included some common topics like profit and loss, percentage, ratio, compound ratio, etc. suitable for SSC, D

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Time and work, formula and basic tricks

Time and work, formula and basic tricks  

The time needed by one or more than one person to complete a job or time for which a person(s) actually worked on the assigned job is called time. W

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Time and Work: Important formulas and solved problems

Time and Work: Important formulas and solved problems  

 If A can do a piece of work in X days and B can do the same work in Y days , then both of them working together will do the same work in \( {

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Practice Problems on Average | Math Quiz

Practice Problems on Average | Math Quiz  

To find an average of quantities of the same kind is to add all the items together and then divide the sum by the number of items.

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1 of 3 〉 The average weight of A, B and C is  45 kg, that of A and B is 40 kg and B and C is 43 kg. What is the weight of B?
  • 17 kg
  • 26 kg
  • 20 kg
  • 31 kg
2 of 3 〉 The average of following 5 numbers is 8, find the missing number in 7, 5, 3,12,?.
  • 14
  • 13
  • 8
  • 12

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The Basic Concept Of Percentage

The Basic Concept Of Percentage  

If we compare x to y then we assume y is always equal to 100%When any question asked, what percent of x is y, then y will be written in the deno

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Percentage: Formula And Examples Related To Population

Percentage: Formula And Examples Related To Population  

demographic calculations or population-based calculations , Let the population of a town be p now and suppose increase at the rate of R % per

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Percentage: Basic Concept and  Examples

Percentage: Basic Concept and  Examples  

The percentage can be divided into per-cent-age which means ‘per every hundred’. It is denoted by the symbol %. it compares the quantity in th

3.83K Join the discussion.

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Basics Of Profit And Loss

Basics Of Profit And Loss  

Profit or gain: if s.p (selling price ) is greater than c.p(cost price) then the seller is said to have a profit or gain i.e Profit = s.p – c.p. If

1.08K Join the discussion.

Read...

Profit And Loss, Basic Tricks And Examples

Profit And Loss, Basic Tricks And Examples  

The price at which an article is purchased is called its cost price and denoted by cp. The amount gained after selling a product more than its cost

4.31K Join the discussion.

Read...

Profit, Loss And Discount - Examples And Tricks To Solve

Profit, Loss And Discount - Examples And Tricks To Solve  

In the case of profit or loss , the relation is generated between c.p and s.p.In the case of discount the relation is generated between sp and mp

2.61K Join the discussion.

Read...

Real Numbers

Real Numbers  

Union of all rational and irrational numbers is called the real  rumbers. Real numbers can be represented on number line .

1.34K Join the discussion.

Read...

Number System

Number System  

In Hindi Arabic system, we use ten symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 called digits to represent any number. A g

5.25K Join the discussion.

Read...

Mathematics: Profit And Loss, Solved Questions

Mathematics: Profit And Loss, Solved Questions  

The profit earned by selling an article for Rs 900 is double the loss incurred when the same article is sold for Rs 450. At what price should the

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Time and work, formula and basic tricks

Time and work, formula and basic tricks  

The time needed by one or more than one person to complete a job or time for which a person(s) actually worked on the assigned job is called time. W

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Time and Work: Important formulas and solved problems

Time and Work: Important formulas and solved problems  

 If A can do a piece of work in X days and B can do the same work in Y days , then both of them working together will do the same work in \( {

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A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?

A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?  

A trader who marks his good up to 50% and offered a discount of 20%. What % profit the trade makes after offering the payment?

1 Questions   1.29K Join the discussion.

1 of 1 〉 A Trader Who Marks His Good Upto 50% And Offered Discount Of 20% . What % Profit The Trade Makes After Offering The Payment?
  • 15%
  • 20%
  • 25%
  • 40%

Practice ❭

Math Quiz : General aptitude test on Mathematics for competitive Exams

Math Quiz : General aptitude test on Mathematics for competitive Exams  

A general aptitude test on mathematics included some common topics like profit and loss, percentage, ratio, compound ratio, etc. suitable for SSC, D

10 Questions   19.53K Join the discussion.

Practice ❭

Practice Problems on Average | Math Quiz

Practice Problems on Average | Math Quiz  

To find an average of quantities of the same kind is to add all the items together and then divide the sum by the number of items.

3 Questions   2.68K Join the discussion.

1 of 3 〉 The average weight of A, B and C is  45 kg, that of A and B is 40 kg and B and C is 43 kg. What is the weight of B?
  • 17 kg
  • 26 kg
  • 20 kg
  • 31 kg
2 of 3 〉 The average of following 5 numbers is 8, find the missing number in 7, 5, 3,12,?.
  • 14
  • 13
  • 8
  • 12

Practice ❭

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