Mr. Praveen invests in 10% stock at Rs. 90. He calculates that by selling all the existing shares at Rs. 90 per share and then by investing the proceeds in a 8% stock at Rs. 140, his return will decrease by a certain percentage. What is this percentage approximately?
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A grocer professes to sell goods at the cost price but uses false weights. He gains (100/9)% in this manner. He uses a weight of
- [A] 950gms
- [B] 900gms
- [C] 930gms
- [D] 940gms
I had purchased some Dollars in exchange of Rupees at Rs. 47.00 per dollar rate. I had also paid 0.5% Tobin tax in dollars. After some time, when the rate went up to Rs. 48.00 per dollar, I sold all my dollars and purchased rupees from that. This time also I had to pay Tobin tax of 0.5% in dollars. After this whole transaction I had Rs. 2000 more than what I had initially. What amount did I have in the beginning?
- [A] Rs. 100000
- [B] Rs. 200000
- [C] Rs. 150000
- [D] Rs. 50000
Hotel Aditya has 10 single AC rooms, 5 double AC rooms and 18 non AC rooms. The fixed monthly rent of hotel is 150,000. The per day maintenance cost is Rs. 100 for double AC room, Rs. 75 for single AC room and Rs. 40 for non AC room. The per day charges are Rs. 600 for double AC room, Rs. 400 for single AC room and Rs. 250 for non AC room. In April 2003, the occupancy rate of non A/C room was 50%, 70% of single AC room and 40% of double AC rooms. Find the profit/loss % for that particular month.
- [A] 10.33% (profit)
- [B] 10.33% (loss)
- [C] 5.67% (loss)
- [D] 5.67% (profit)
- [E] No profit, no loss
Find the difference of amount if 40% discount is given on Rs. 500 and two consecutive discounts 30% and 10% are given on the same amount.
- [A] Rs. 15
- [B] Rs. 0
- [C] Rs. 20
- [D] Rs. 10