HURDLE22 : PROFIT AND LOSS (Quadratic Equations)
(Solve this Hurdle by 28th April.)
Q1. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 39 thereby getting X % profit. What would be the cost price of X+1 items each purchased for X+1?
Q2. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 56 thereby getting X % profit. What would be the cost price of X+2 items each purchased for X+2?
Q3. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 24 thereby losing X %. What would be the cost price of X1 items each purchased for X1? X is greater than 50.
Q4. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 21 thereby losing X %. What would be the cost price of X+1 items each purchased for X+1. X is greater than 50.
Q5. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 144 thereby getting X % profit. What would be the cost price of X+1 items each purchased for X+1?
Q6. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 171 thereby getting X % profit. What would be the cost price of X+5 items each purchased for X+5?
Q7. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 30 thereby getting X+1 % profit. What would be the cost price of X1 items each purchased for X1?
Q8. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 18 thereby losing X+1 %. What would be the cost price of X+1 items each purchased for X+1? Given that X is greater than 50.
Q9. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 72 thereby getting X+2 % profit. What would be the cost price of X2 items each purchased for X2?
Q10. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 196 thereby getting X+2 % profit. What would be the cost price of X2 items each purchased for X2?
Q11. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 26 thereby losing X2 %. What would be the cost price of X+2 items each purchased for X+2? X is greater than 50.
Q12. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 32 thereby getting X+3 % profit. What would be the cost price of X3 items each purchased for X3? (www.urpercentile.com)
Q13. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 126 thereby getting X+3 % profit. What would be the cost price of X3
items each purchased for X3?
Q14. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 18 thereby getting X+5 % profit. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5? (UrPercentile.com)
Q15. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 49 thereby getting X+5 % profit. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5?
Q16. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 26 thereby losing X5 %. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5? Given X is less than 50.
Q17. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 58 thereby getting X+5 % profit. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5?
Q18. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 88 thereby getting X+5 % profit. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5? (UrPercentile.com)
Q19. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 17 thereby losing X5 %. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5? Given that X is less than 30.
Q20. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 15 thereby losing X+5 %. What would be the cost price of X5 items each purchased for X5? Given that X is less than 30.
Q21. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 42 thereby getting X15 % profit. What would be the cost price of X15 items each purchased for X15?
Q22. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 18 thereby losing X+15 %. What would be the cost price of X15 items each purchased for X15? Given , X is more than 40.
Q23. An item which was purchased for X was sold for 4 thereby losing X+15 %. What would be the cost price of X+15 items each purchased for X+15? Given X is less than 15.
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MATCH THE WORDS IN SET A WITH THEIR MEANINGS IN SET B
SET A :
Q24. Pedant, Q25. Sumptuous, Q26. Collateral, Q27. Travail, Q28.Prefatory, Q29. Mores, Q30. Consanguineous ,
SET B :
A. A scholar who is good in sports also.
B. To combine two or more parts together.
C. A scholar who makes needless display of his learning.
D. To tear apart.
E. Costly
F. Security given for loan.
G. Crying
H. A work that requires physical hard work.
I. An assumption.
J. Introductory
K. Customs or practices followed by a particular group.
L. Descended from the same parent or ancestor.
M. A person from New Zealand.
N. Too difficult to understand.
