# Profit & Loss important formulas and tricks

## Profit & Loss important formulas and tricks

1. Important facts
Cost Price: The cost, at which an article is obtained, is called its cost, shortened as C.P.
Selling Price: The cost, at which an article is sold, is called its offering costs, shortened as S.P.
Benefit or Gain: If S.P. is more prominent than C.P., the vender is said to have a benefit or pick up.
Loss: If S.P. is not exactly C.P., the vender is said to have brought about a misfortune.
2. Equations of Profit and Loss
1. Gain = Selling Price (S.P.) – Cost Price (C.P.)
Just the increase will be the sum which we get more than our cost
2. Loss = Cost Price (C.P.) – Selling Price (S.P.)
Obviously we will be in misfortune if our offering cost is not exactly our cost value, so we will subtract offering cost from cost to get the misfortune sum.
3. Gain% = {Gain*100}{C.P.}
4. Loss% = {Loss*100}{C.P.}
5. S.P. = {100+Gain}{100}C.P.
6. S.P. = {100-Loss}{100}C.P.
7. C.P. = {100}{100+Gain}S.P.
8. C.P. = {100}{100-Loss}S.P.
9. On the off chance that an article is sold at an addition of say 20%, then S.P. = 120% of C.P.
Implies you “don’t” have to first ascertain 20 % of C.P. at that point to add it to the cost to get the offering cost.
10. On the off chance that an article is sold at lost say, 20% then S.P. = 80% of C.P.
11. At the point when a man offers two comparative things, one at an increase of say x%, and the other at lost x%, then the merchant dependably brings about a misfortune given by:

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