**Profit and Loss Questions**play a vital role in revising the maths concepts.

**Profit
and Loss**** ****Worksheet
1 **

**1.
**Match each of the following with the correct
options:

a. Cost price of a fridge is ₹ 7500 and sold at a loss of ₹ 1500;

loss percent is

b. As profit increases, cost price being the same, profit percent
also ii.
20%

c. If cost price and selling price is the same, then iii. 50%

d. 1% of ₹ 500 is ₹ 5, so a profit of 15% on same amount is iv. no loss no gain

e. A man bought 12 eggs for ₹ 24 and sold 8 eggs for ₹ 24.

His profit percent is v. ₹ 75

**2. **A distributor sells a computer to the
shopkeeper at a gain of 8% on the cost price and the shopkeeper sells it to the
buyer at a gain of 12% on the price, he paid to the distributor. If the buyer
pays ₹ 48384, what is the cost price?

**3.
**Fill in the blanks:

a.
If cost price is ₹ 250 and profit percent is 12%, then the selling price is ₹ ___________.

b.
If the cost price is ₹ 160 and loss is 5%, then selling price is ₹ ___________.

c.
If cost price is ₹ 12.50 and the selling price is ₹ 15, then gain is
___________%.

d.
If selling price is ₹ 726 and the gain is 21%, then cost price is ₹ ___________.

e. If loss percentage is 25% and the
selling price is ₹ 900, then cost price is ₹ ___________.

**4. **An egg dealer bought eggs for ₹ 48 per dozen. Later, it was found
that out of 78 eggs that he bought, 8 were rotten and had to be rejected. He
sold the remaining eggs at ₹ 9. Find the net gain or loss.

**5.
**A machine was bought at ₹ 5000 and sold at ₹ 6000. Find the profit per cent.

**6. **A man sold a TV set for ₹ 38880 at a loss of 4%. At what price
must it be sold to gain 8%?

**7.
**A loss of ₹ 4000 is 8% of its cost price.
Find the selling price.

**8. **A tea merchant mixed 10 kg of Tea A with 15 kg of Tea B. The price
of Tea A is ₹ 150 per kg whereas the price of Tea B is ₹ 100 per kg. He sold
the mixture at ₹ 200 per kg. Find his profit per cent.

**Profit
and Loss Worksheet 2 **

**1.
**Fill in the blanks in each of the following.

a. If the cost price and the selling
price of an article is the same then the profit percent is ___________.

b. If by selling a chair for ₹ 810, a
shopkeeper makes a profit of Rs 90 then profit percent is equal to ___________
%.

c. A man sells his goods at ₹ 550 and
thereby gains a profit of 10%. Hence, his cost price is ___________.

d. A shopkeeper buys 12 pencils for ₹ 8 and sells each pencil for ₹ 2. His profit on 8 pencils is ___________.

**2. **A t-shirt is discounted 15% on marked price of ₹ 440. Find the
amount of discount and the selling price of the t-shirt.

**3.
**State true or false:

a.
If ₹ 200 is increased by 8% then it becomes ₹ 216.

b. The cost price of a dining table is ₹ 5965 and it is sold at a loss of ₹ 365 then the selling price is ₹ 6330.

c. Profit % is equal to

d.
If selling price is more than the cost price then there is a loss.

**4. **A
fruit seller bought mangoes for ₹ 60 per kg and sold at ₹ 78 per kg. What was
his gain? What profit did he earn by selling 25 kg of mangoes.

**5. **A man bought 80 pens for ₹ 480. He sold 14 of them at ₹ 7.50
each and the rest at ₹ 8.5 each. Find his gain or
loss per cent.

**6. **The loss on selling a watch for ₹ 1152 is 4%. What should be the
selling price so that the loss is reduced to 2%?

**7. **An article is marked at a price of ₹ 50 and the shopkeeper sold
it for ₹ 45. Find the discount percent.

**8.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a. A man wishes to gain 18% on an
article costing ₹ 500. For this the man must sell the article at

i. ₹ 590

ii. ₹ 518

iii. ₹ 598

iv. ₹ 600

b.
10% of ₹ 600 is

i. ₹ 4

ii. ₹ 40

iii. ₹ 400

iv. ₹ 60

c.
The cost price is ₹ 1200 and the selling price is ₹ 1320. Then the profit
percent is

i. 12%

ii. 10%

iii. 15%

iv. 8%

**9.
**A pencil bundle that normally costs ₹ 20 is
being sold for ₹ 15. Find the discount per cent.

**Profit
and Loss Worksheet 3**

**1. **The marked price of a cooler is ₹ 5,000. The shopkeeper offers a
discount of 10%. Find its selling price.

**2.
**Fill in the following blanks with the correct
answer:

a. The cost price of an article whose
selling price is ₹ 1392 and gain percent is 16%, is ___________.

b.
If the selling price is ₹ 1810 and the profit is ₹ 800 then the cost price is
___________ and the profit per cent is ___________.

c.
A shopkeeper sold a television for ₹ 25000 and thereby incurred a loss of 6%,
therefore the cost price of the television was ___________.

**3.
**A shopkeeper sells a TV at 10% profit and
another at 12% profit. The cost price of first TV is ₹ 28000 and the second is ₹ 24000. Find the difference of the two profits.

**4. **A shopkeeper buys 108 bats at ₹ 3600 per dozen and sells each of
them at ₹ 348. Find the profit per cent.

**5.
**A shopkeeper bought two machines for ₹ 36000
each. He sold one at a gain of 20% and other at a loss of 16%. What is the net
profit or loss?

**6.
**State true or false for each of the following:

a.
Oranges cost ₹ 36 per dozen and they are sold at a profit of 12%, then their
selling price is ₹ 48.

b.
Rohit sold his bicycle for ₹ 4140 whose cost price was ₹ 3800, so his profit
percent is 8%.

c. The article with cost price ₹ 1800 is sold at 6% profit gives greater profit than the cost price ₹ 1600 and 8% profit.

**7.
**Ravi bought a watch at ₹ 500 and spent ₹ 50
to buy a new battery for it. He sold the watch at ₹ 660. Find his gain or loss
per cent.

**8. **The price of a watch was slashed from ₹ 1000
to ₹ 900 in off season. Find the rate of discount given by him.

**9.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a.
The cost price of a toy is ₹ 650, shopkeeper sells it at ₹ 780. Profit per
cent is

i. 20%

ii. 15%

iii. 25%

iv. 23%

b.
The cost price is ₹ 240 and the loss is of ₹ 30. Loss per cent is

i. 11.11

ii. 12.5%

iii. 25%

iv. 20%

c.
The selling price is ₹ 7200 and the profit is ₹ 240, then cost price equals
to

i. ₹ 6000

ii. ₹ 7000

iii. ₹ 7440

iv. ₹ 6960

**10. **A car dealer bought an old car for ₹ 72000 and spent ₹ 18000 for
its repair. If the dealer wants to earn a profit of 24%, what should be the
selling price of the car?

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet
1 **

1. a. ii b. i

c. iv d. v

e. iii

2. ₹ 40,000

3. a. 30 b. 8

c. 20 d. 600

e. 1200

4. 102% approx.

5. 20%

6. ₹ 43,740

7. ₹ 46,000

8. 66.67%

**Worksheet
2 **

1. a. zero b. 12.5

c. ₹ 500 d. ₹ 32/3

2. Discount = ₹ 66

S.P. = ₹ 374

3. a. True b. False

c. True d. False

4. ₹ 18; ₹ 450

5. 38.75% profit

6. ₹ 1176

7. 10%

8. a. i b. iv

c. ii

9. 25%

**Worksheet
3**

1. ₹ 4500

2. a. ₹ 1200

b. ₹ 1010; 79.2% (approx.)

c. ₹ 26,595.74 (approx.)

3. ₹ 80

4. 16%

5. ₹ 1440 profit

6. a. False b. False

c. False

7. 20% gain

8. 10%

9. a. i b. ii

c. iv

10. ₹ 1,11,600

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