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## Profit/Loss Involving Sales Tax Problems Practice Worksheet

**Example 1.**

A retailer buys an article at a discount of 20% on the listed price from a wholesaler. The shopkeeper marks up the price by 10% on the listed price. A buyer pays Rs 220 to get it after paying a sales tax at the rate of 6 percent on the price asked for find the profit percentage.

**Solution:**

Let listed price be x Rebate on listed price = 20% of listed price.

Rebated price = x -20% of x

= x – 20x/100 = 80x/100

Effective marked price = listed price + 10% of listed price

= x + 10/100 × x

110x/100

Sales tax = 5% of the effective marked price = 5/100 × Rs 110x/100

= 55x/1000

Total cost = 110x/100 + 55x/1000

But total cost = Rs 220

1155x/100 = 220

Listed price = 19.04

Cost price for shopkeeper = 90x/100

90/100 x 19.04

= 17.136

Effective marked price = 110x/100

= 110/100 × 19.04

= 20.94

His profit = effective marked price – rebated cost price.

Rs(20.94 – 17.13)

= 3.81

His profit percentage = 3.81/17.13 × 100 = 22.24

**Example 2.**

A shopkeeper buys a carpet for Rs 2100 and marks up its price. A customer buys the carpet for Rs 3000 which includes a sales tax of 6% on the marked-up price. Find the markup percentage on the price of the carpet. Also, find his profit percentage.

**Solution:**

Let the marked-up price be x.

Cost of the carpet = Rs(2100 + x)

Sales tax = 10% of the marked up price

= 10/100 ×(2100 + x) = 2100+x/10

Total cost = Rs(2100 + x) + 2100 + x/10

21000 + 10x + 2100 + x/10

23100 + 11x/10

But total cost = Rs 3000

23100 + 11x /10 = Rs 3000

23100 + 11x = 30000

11x = 30000 – 23100

x = 33900

Increase in price = 33900

Percentage increase in markup price = 33.900/2100 × 100 = 1614.2

Hence percentage increase in markup price = 1614.2

His profit = increased price – cost price

3000 – 2100 = 900

Hence his profit percentage = 900/2100 × 100 = 42.85

**Example 3.**

A shopkeeper sells a balloon for Rs 30 including 3% sales tax however the actual rate of sales tax is 2%. Find the extra profit made by the dealer.

**Solution:**

Price of the balloon inclusive of sales tax = 30.

Let Y be the list price of the balloon.

Rate of sales tax charged by the shopkeeper = 3%

According to the given data

Y + (Y × 3/100) = 30

203Y/100 = 30

2.03Y = 30

Y = 30/2.03 = 14.77

When sales tax is 2% the actual sale price is 14.77 + 14.77 × 2/100

= 15.06

Extra profit = sales price of the article charged by a shopkeeper – actual sale price

Extra profit = 30 – 15.06 = 14.94

**Example 4.**

Raju Paid 384 sales on a purchase of 398 to find the rate of sales tax.

**Solution:**

Given that

Sale price = 398

Sales tax paid = 384

Rate of sales tax = sales tax /sale price × 100

= 384/398 × 100

96.48%

Therefore the rate of sales tax = 96.48

**Example 5.**

The price of a dressing table inclusive of sales tax is 13000 if the sales tax is 5%. Find the basic cost price.

**Solution:**

Selling price of dressing table = 13000

Rate of sales tax = 5%

Cost price = selling price × 100/100+ rate of sales tax

= 13000×100/100 + 5

= 12380.95

Therefore the basic cost price = 12380.95

**Example 6.**

Rohit purchases a bracelet costing 530 the rate of sales tax is 4 %. Find the total amount paid by Rohit for the bracelet.

**Solution:**

Given that

Sale price of bracelet = 530

Rate of sales tax = 4%

Total amount paid by Rohit = 530 + 4% of 530

= 530 + 4/100 × 530

= 530 + 21.2

= 551.2

Therefore the total amount paid by Rohit for the bracelet = 551.2