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Bharat Gupta
An engineer by degree Mathematician by Heart. Having 23 years of teaching experience. 10% discount code BHARAT_GUPTA

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sir please try to use both Hindi and English.....
Sir, in the first question can we just take the raise as 3x and then solve the question?
can any one explain where 1/x came from??
sir didnt got the assumption method in the first sum can you please explain in the comment section
can anybody explain the assumption method of first question..
updown cycle wale question mai case 1 mai there will be A-Am ..qki reduce hora h ..plz check sir
Manish Sahu
5 months ago
Hn bro you are right
1. Percentage Problem Er. Bharat Gupta Having 20 years of teaching experience. Authored several books published by Pearson, Vikas, Unique publication etc Any query or suggestion, share your comments.

2. After getting two successive raises, Rita's salary become equal to 25 times of her initial salary. By how much percent was the salary raised first time if the second raise was twice as high (in percent) as the first. a. 15% b. 20% c. 25% d. 30% e. 33.33%

3. After getting two successive raises, Rita's salary become equal to tims of her initial salary. By how much percent was the salary raised first time if the second raise was twice as high (in percent) as the first. a. 15% b. 20% c.25% d. 30% e. 33.33% Salve

4. 42 25 After getting two successive raises, Rita's salary become equal to times of her initial salary. By how much percent was the salary raised first time if the second raise was twice as high (in percent) as the first. a. 15% b. 20% c.25% d. 30% e. 33.33% -P ST

5. The owner of an art shop conducts his business in the following manner. Every once in a while he raises his prices by X%, then a while later he reduces all the new prices by X%. After one such up-down cycle, the price of a painting decreased by 441. After a second up-down cycle, the painting was sold for 1944.81.What was the original prices of the painting(in)? a. 2756.25 b. 2256.25 c. 2500 d. 2000 CAT Exam- 2001]

6. The owner of an art shop conducts his business in the following manner. Every once in a while he raises his prices by X%, then a while later he reduces all the new prices by X%. After one such up-down cycle, the price of a painting decreased by 441, After a second up-down cycle, the painting was sold for 1944.81.What was the original prices of the painting(in Rs)? a. 2756.25 b. 2256.25 c. 2500 d. 2000 [CAT Exam-2001] (

7. The owner of an art shop conducts his business in the following manner. Every once in a while he raises his prices by X%, then a while later he reduces all the new prices by X%. After one such up-down cycle, the price of a painting decreased by 441, After a second up-down cycle, the painting was sold for 1944.81.What was the original prices of the painting(in Rs)? a. 2756.25 b. 2256.25 C. 2500 d. 2000 [CAT Exam-2001] 201 96 -92.16

8. A man earns x% on the first 2,000 and y% on the rest of his income. If he earns 700 from 4,000 and 900 from 5,000 of income, find x. a. 20% [CAT Exam-1997] b. 15% c. 25% d. None of these

9. A man earns x% on the first 2,000 and y% on the rest of his income. If he earns 700 from 4,000 and 900 from 5,000 of income, find x a. 20% [CAT Exam 1997] b. 15% c.25% d. None of these matrod

10. A man earns x% on the first 2,000 and y% on the rest of his income. If he earns 700 from 4,000 and 900 from 5,000 of income, find x. a. 20% [CAT Exam 1997] b. 15% c. 25% d. None of these 9db eM -2D avi