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# RRB NTPC Mathematics Questions: 22nd June

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As you all know, RRB NTPC Exam will be held in the month of June-SeptemberÂ 2019. So we are here to help you with the Mathematics subject. We are providingÂ daily quantitative aptitude quizzes, which will help you to score good marks in this section. We aim to provide the best study material to our readers with exam level questions to help them get used to the recent pattern.Â Attempt this quiz and check your preparation.

Q1. A T.V was sold at a profit of 5%. If it had been sold at a profit of 10% the profit would have been Rs. 1000 more. What is its cost price?
(a) Rs. 20000
(b) Rs. 5000
(c) Rs. 10000
(d) Rs. 15000

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Q2. A man sells two chairs at Rs. 120 each and by doing so he gains 25% on one chair and loses 25% on the other. His loss on the whole in Rs. Is
(a) 20
(b) 16
(c) 25
(d) 30

Q3. A man sold two articles at Rs. 375 each. On one, he gains 25% and on the other, he loses 25%. The gain or loss% on the whole transaction is
(a) 6% loss
(b) 4(1/6)% profit
(c) Rs. 50 profit
(d) 6(1/4)% loss

Q4. A man wanted to sell an article with 20% profit: but he acutually sold at 20% loss for Rs. 480, At what price he wanted to sell it to earn the profit?
(a) Rs. 720
(b) Rs. 840
(c) Rs. 600
(d) Rs. 750

Q5. If an article is sold at 5% gain instead of 5% loss, the man gains Rs. 5 more. Find the cost price of that article
(a) Rs. 100
(b) Rs. 105
(c) Rs. 50
(d) Rs. 110

Q6. On selling an article for Rs. 105 a trader loses 9%. To gain 30% he should sell the article at
(a) Rs. 126
(b) Rs. 144
(c) Rs. 150
(d) Rs. 139

Q7. An article is sold at a loss of 10%. Had it been sold for Rs. 9 more there would have been a gain of 12(1/2)% on it. The cost price of the article is:
(a) Rs. 40
(b) Rs. 45
(c) Rs. 50
(d) Rs. 35

Q8. By selling a table for Rs. 350 instead of Rs. 400, loss percent increases by 5%. The cost price of table is:
(a) Rs. 1,050
(b) Rs. 417.50
(c) Rs. 435
(d) Rs. 1,000

Q9. The marked price of an article is Rs. 500. It is sold at successive discounts of 20% and 10%. The selling price of the article (Rs.) is:
(a) Rs. 350
(b) Rs. 375
(c) Rs. 360
(d) Rs. 400

Q10. The marked price of an article is 10% higher than the cost price. A discount of 10% is given on the marked price. In this kind of sale, the seller bears
(a) No Loss No Gain
(b) 5% Loss
(c) 1% Gain
(d) 1% Loss

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