Profit & Loss formulas for all competitive exams 06-07-2016

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Profit & Loss

Profit and loss problems involves various terms like cost price, selling price, marked price etc. Basically, it is a difference between selling price and cost price. Cost price is the price paid to purchase an article or a product or we can say it is a cost incurred in manufacturing an article. Selling price is the price at which a product is sold.

लाभ और हानि समस्याओं लागत मूल्य जैसे विभिन्न शर्तों, बिक्री मूल्य में शामिल है, के रूप में चिह्नित कीमत आदि असल में, यह कीमत और लागत और बिक्री मूल्य के बीच एक अंतर है। लागत मूल्य कीमत एक लेख या एक उत्पाद की खरीद के लिए भुगतान किया है या हम कह सकते हैं कि यह एक लागत एक लेख के निर्माण में खर्च किया जाता है। मूल्य बिक्री मूल्य, जिस पर एक उत्पाद बेच दिया जाता है।

Today we will cover a vital theme from the quantitative aptitude segment that is – Profit and loss.These recipes and easy routes will be useful for your all Exams like Bank,SSC 10+2, SSC CGL, patwar, railway 2016 Exams.

लाभ और हानि – आज हम मात्रात्मक योग्यता खंड है कि एक महत्वपूर्ण विषय को कवर किया जाएगा। इन व्यंजनों और आसान मार्गों बैंक, एसएससी 10 + 2, एसएससी CGL, patwar, रेलवे 2016 परीक्षा की तरह अपने सभी परीक्षा के लिए उपयोगी हो जाएगा।

Cost Price

The cost, at which an article is bought, is called its cost, condensed as C.P.

लागत, जिस पर एक लेख खरीदा जाता है, इसकी लागत भी कहा जाता है, सी.पी. के रूप में संघनित

Selling Price

The cost, at which an article is sold, is called its selling costs, truncated as S.P.

लागत, जिस पर एक लेख बेचा जाता है, इसकी बिक्री लागत कहा जाता है, एस.पी. के रूप में छोटा

Profit:

Profit/Gain = SP – CP

Profit % = Profit/(C P)×100

S P = (100+gain % )/100 ×C P

C P = 100/(100+gain %)×S P

Loss:

In the event that the general Cost Price surpasses the offering cost of the purchaser then he is said to have acquired Loss.

Loss = C P – S P

Loss % = LOSS/(C P)×100

S P = (100-Loss %)/100×C P

C P = 100/(100-Loss %)×S P

Various profit and loss formulas used in profit and loss:

1) Generally, profit is calculated as:
Profit or gain = Selling price(S.P) – Cost price(C.P)

2) Similarly, Loss = Cost price – Selling price

3) Gain percentage(%) = Gain/c.p. * 100

4) Loss percentage(%) = Loss/ c.p. * 100

5) There is a direct relationship between selling price and cost price:
S.P. = 100 + Gain percentage/100 * C.P. (In case of gain)

S.P. = 100 – Loss percentage/100 * C.P. (In case of loss)

 

 

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