Profit and Loss Questions for Class 5

Last updated on September 27th, 2022 at 01:12 pm

Profit and Loss Questions for Class 5

 

Profit and Loss Questions for Class 5  by online-shiksha

Define Terms:-

Cost Price –  The price paid to the supplier or wholesale supplier by a shopkeeper is called the cost price, which includes all costs, such as transport repair work, etc.

 

Selling Price – The price at which the shopkeeper sells his products is called the selling price.

 

Profit:- To calculate profit, we have to put the selling price higher than the cost price and to calculate the profit.

Formulae to calculate profit:-

Profit = Selling price – cost price

If the cost price is higher than the selling price this means that you have a loss

 

Formulae to calculate loss:-

Loss = Cost price – Selling price

 

Formulae to calculate profit percentage:-

If you want to calculate the profit in percentage form then we use the formula

Profit % = Profit / Cost price * 100

 

Formulae to calculate loss percentage:-

If you want to calculate the loss in percentage form then we use the formula

Loss % = Loss / Cost price * 100

 

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Profit and Loss Questions for Class 5

  1. A fruit shopkeeper sold bananas at Rs. 30 per Dozen. If his cost price was Rs. 20, find his profit.

Solution:-

Selling price of 1 dozen bananas = Rs. 30

Cost Price of 1 dozen bananas = Rs. 20

As per formulae

Profit = selling price (S.P.) – cost price (C.P.)

Profit = 30 – 20 = 10

For 1 dozen Bananas the shopkeeper got a profit of Rs 10.

 

  • Shanaya bought a DVD Player for rupees 1500.00 if the shopkeeper made a profit of rupees 250 then what is the   cost price of DVD Player.

Solution:-

DVD Player cost = 1500

Profit made = 250

Formulae to calculate Cost Price:-

Updated: September 27, 2022 — 1:12 pm

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