This CAT practice test consists of math problems which are part of the CAT Quantitative section.

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A dealer decides to sell his goods at Cost Price but still gains 25%. How many grams does he give instead of a kg?

800 gms

750 gms

850 gms

None of these

A milk vendor sells milk at Cost Price but still gains 20%. Find the ratio of milk and water in every litre that he sells.

4:1

5:1

5:2

6:1

Mr. Ram purchases an article at a discount of 20%, sells it at 60 Rs more than its marked priced and thus gained 50%. Find the Marked Price of the article

400 Rs

100 Rs

300 Rs

200 Rs

a single discount % equal to three successive discounts of 30%, 20% and 10%

49.6%

50.4%

40%

60%

A man sold 20 articles for 60 Rs and gained 20%. How many articles should he sell for 90 Rs to loose 20%?

40

50

45

36

Cost Price of an article is 380 Rs. It is sold at a loss of 3%. Had it been sold for another 19 Rs more what would have been the gain/loss % ?

3% gain

2% gain

No profit, No loss

5% gain

A man sold two books at 1820 Rs each. On the first book he gained 30% and on the other he lost 30%. Find the combined cost price of both the books.

3800 Rs

4000 Rs

None

4500 Rs

Mr.X sold an article at 10% loss. Had he bought it for 20% less and sold it for 77 Rs more he would have gained 30%. Find its Cost Price?

500

600

550

650

Vijay used to purchase certain number of mangoes for 360 Rs. Since the price of mangoes is reduced by 10% he got 12 more mangoes today. Find the original price of 120 mangoes

380 Rs

360 Rs

A shopkeeper increases the price of an article by X% and then decreases it by X%. As a result the price of the article is reduced by 180 Rs. After one more such change the price is further reduced by 153 Rs. Find the original price of the article.

1100 Rs

1200 Rs

1500 Rs

1000 Rs

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