In a shop, five articles — P, Q, R, S and T — are to be sold. The cost price and the selling price of each of the five articles are among Rs.650, Rs.700, Rs.750, Rs.850 and Rs.900. The cost price of each of the articles is different and also the selling price of each of the articles is different. For any article, the selling price is not equal to its cost price.
(1) The cost price of article R is equal to the selling price of article T. While selling R as well as T the shopkeeper incurred a loss.
(2) The cost price of Q is more than that of S and the shopkeeper obtained a profit by selling Q.
(3) The profit made by selling any article is more than R350. The profit made on any two articles is not the same. The loss incurred on any two articles is not the same.
(4) On only two articles, the shopkeeper made a profit. The profit/loss made on any article is not Rs.150.
Q1. What is the selling price (in Rs.) of article P?
Q2. What is the difference (in Rs.) between the cost price and the selling price of article 8?
Q3. Which article’s selling price is R3700?
Q4. Which of the following statements is true?
- The selling price of S is R3700.
- The profit made by selling P is R3200.
- The cost price of T is not R3750.
- None of these