## Sanjay buys some articles for Rs. 1,80,000. He sells 2/5th of it at a loss of 12%. If he wants to earn overall profit of 18% on selling all the articles, then at what profit % he should sell the remaining articles?

A) 48% B) 73 % C) 42 % D) 60 % Solution Lets assume Total 5 articles (sold at 100) Then 5 x100 —–500 2 x 100 —–200 But sold at 12 % loss 200x 12/100 = 176 3—-300 As per question total is % profit 500x 18/100 = 590 But already 2 sold at … Read more

## Mohit Calculates his profit% on the selling Puice where as soma calculates on her cost price. They find that the difference of their profit is rs 195. If the selling Price is same for both and mohit earned 25 % profit where a Soma earned 30% Profit Find Cost Price of mohit

A) 7804 B) 6335 C) 6405 D) 7605 Solution Mohit = 25% = 1/4 (1= profit; 4= sp) Cp =3. Sp = 4 profit=1 Soma 30% 3/10 (3 profit ; 10 cp) Cp =10 sp = 13. Profit = 3 CP. SP Mohit. 3. 4. (13) Soma. 10. 13. (4) As per question sp to … Read more

## A shopkeeper sells his article at 16*2/3% profit on S.P. What is his actual profit?

A) 20% B) 21% C) 25 % D) 19 % Solution

## An egg seller sells his eggs only in the packs of 3 eggs, 6 eggs, 9 eggs, 12 eggs etc., but the rate is not necessarily uniform. One day Raju purchased at the rate of 3 eggs for a rupee and the next hour he purchased equal number of eggs at the rate of 6 eggs for a rupee. Next day he sold all the eggs at the rate of 9 eggs for Rs.2. What is his percentage profit or loss?

A) loss 10 % B) 11.11% loss C) 20 % loss D) 16 % loss Solution

## A man purchased some eggs at 3 for Rs. 5 and sold them at 5 for Rs.12. Thus he gained Rs. 143 in all. the number of egges he bought is

A) 210 B) 200 C) 195 D) 190 Solution

## 0.023g of sodium metal is reacted with 100cm 3 of water. The pH of the resulting solution is?

A) 10 B) 11 C) 9 D) 12 Solution

## Excess of carbon dioxide is passed through 50 mL, of 0.5 M calcium hydroxide solution. After the completion of the reaction, the solution was evaporated to dryness. The solid calcium carbonate was completely neutralised with 0.1 N hydrochloric acid. The volume of hydrochloric acid required is (Atomic mass of calcium = 40)

A) 300 cm3 B) 500 cm3 C) 290cm3 D) 450 cm3 Solution

## SIMPLE NOTE ON GUPTA DYNASTY

The Gupta dynasty was a ruling dynasty of ancient India that flourished from the 3rd to 6th century CE. The dynasty was founded by Sri Gupta, who was succeeded by his son Ghatotkacha Gupta. The most famous king of the Gupta dynasty was Chandragupta I, who ruled from 320 to 335 CE. Under the rule … Read more