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## PDF|Profit and Loss

Profit and Loss: Profit and loss To see another link of profit and loss   PROFITS AND LOSS| Part-1 PROFITS AND LOSS|Part-2 PROFITS AND LOSS| Part-3 Profit and loss

## PDF| Percentage

PDF| Percentage JUST HERE: Percentage

## COMPOUND PROFIT | Arithmetic

In the case of compound profit, the profit of any amount of principal is added to the principal at the end of each year and the total sum is considered as the new principal. Principal of the depositor at the end of each year will go on to be increased. ...

## PROFITS AND LOSS| Part-3

Ex: Rodrick Gomage borrowed Tk. 10000 for 3 years and Tk. 15000 for 4 years from a bank and paid Tk. 9900 in total as profit. In both cases if the rate of profit is same , find the rate of profit. Solution: Let, The percentage of profit x Taka ...

## PROFITS AND LOSS|Part-2

Ex: What is the percentage of profit per annum by which Tk. 13000 will be Tk. 18850 as profit-principal in 5 years? Solution: In 5 years profit principal is  18,850 Taka Principal is                             13,000 Taka ∴5 years profit                         =5850 Taka For 13000 Taka in 5 years profit is 5850 Taka ...

## PROFITS AND LOSS| Part-1

Definition of cost price and selling price: The purchasing price of anything is called cost price and the selling price of that thing is called selling price. Or, The expenditure which is done for buying or manufacturing commodities is the cost price and the price that is obtained by selling ...

## Profit and loss

Definition of cost price and selling price: The purchasing price of anything is called cost price and the selling price of that thing is called selling price. Or, The expenditure which is done for buying or manufacturing commodities is the cost price and the price that is obtained by selling ...

## A sum of interest Tk. 750 at the interest of 8% and another sum of Tk. 1250 at 6% were invested. What is the average percent rate of interest of the total sum of interest?

Solution: For 1st one, the rate of interest = 8% Principle = Tk. 750 For second one, The rate of interest = 6% Principle = Tk. 1250 Interest of Tk. 100 in 1 year = Tk. 8 ∴ ”            ”  ”         ...