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Quantitative Aptitude - Profit Loss


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6.

A reduction of 20% in the price of wheat enables a person to buy 2kg more for Rs. 30. Find the reduced and the original price per kg og sugar.

A. Rs. 3.75
B. Rs. 4
C. Rs. 5.65
D. None of these.

7.

A sells a computer to B at a profit of 30% and B sells it to C at a loss of 20%. Find the resultant profit or loss.

A. 7% profit
B. 4% profit
C. 4% loss
D. None of these.