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## DAV Class 5 Maths Ch 11 Worksheet 4 Solutions

Question 1.

Complete the table by filling the column of cost price. The first one is done for you.

Solution:

(b) Selling Price = ₹ 95

Profit = – ₹ 12

Cost Price = ₹ 83

∴ The cost price will be less

(c) Selling Price = ₹ 123

Profit = – ₹ 18

Cost Price = ₹ 105

∴ C.P. < S.P.

(d) Selling Price = ₹ 675

Loss = + ₹ 155

Cost Price = ₹ 830

As Loss Occurs, C.P. will be more

(e) Selling Price = ₹ 5,000

Profit = – ₹ 840

Cost Price = ₹ 4160

As Profit occurs, C.P. will be less

Question 2.

Solve the following questions.

(a) Salim is a carpenter. He sold a chair for ₹ 900 making a profit of ₹ 250. Find the cost price of the chair.

Solution:

Selling Price = ₹ 900

Profit = – ₹ 250

C.P. = ₹ 650

As profit occurs so cost price will be less

So the C.P. of the chair is ₹ 650

(b) A merchant sold a fan for ₹ 1,250 at a loss of ₹ 200. Find the cost price of the fan.

Solution:

Selling Price = ₹ 1,250

Loss = + ₹ 200

C.P. = ₹ 1,450

As losses occur so cost price will be more

So the C.P. of the fan is ₹ 1,450

(c) Mr Goel sold a scooter for ₹ 6,200. If he had made a profit of ₹ 1,050 on the scooter, find the cost price of the scooter.

Solution:

Selling Price = ₹ 6,200

Profit = – ₹ 1,050

C.P. = ₹ 5,150

As profit occurs so cost price should be less

So C.P. of scooter is ₹ 5,150

### DAV Class 5 Maths Chapter 11 Value Based Questions

It was Diwali time. Nisha’s father bought show-pieces worth ₹ 54,500 for selling at his shop during the festival. He sold all showpieces for ₹ 59,540. He decided to share his profit. As winter was approaching, Nisha suggested her father buy some blankets for the poor people. On Diwali night, Nisha with her father went to the ‘Night Shelter’ and distributed blankets to the needy. Nisha was happy. Her father also felt satisfied sharing his profit in this way.

Question 1.

How much profit was made by Nisha’s father?

Solution:

C.P. of showpieces = ₹ 54,500

S.P. of showpieces = ₹ 59,540

As S.P. > C.P. So S.P. – C.P. = Profit

∴ Profit = ₹ 59,540 – ₹ 54,500 = ₹ 5,040

A profit of ₹ 5,040 was made by Nisha’s father.

Question 2.

Suggest different things that you can donate to poor people.

Solution:

We can donate

- Blankets
- Sweets
- Clothes (winter clothes)
- Toys

Question 3.

With whom do you share your Diwali gifts?

Solution:

Do it yourself.

Word Problems

Example 1.

Mona sold a tape recorder for ₹ 1,700. She made a profit of ₹ 120. Find the cost price of the tape recorder.

Solution:

Mona has made a profit of ₹ 120.

So, the cost price will be less than the selling price.

Selling price = ₹ 1700

Profit = – ₹ 120

Cost Price = ₹ 1580

Thus, the cost price of the tape recorder is ₹ 1580.

Example 2.

Anil sold a perfume for ₹ 90 at a loss of ₹ 10. Find the cost price of the perfume.

Solution:

Anil has made a loss of ₹ 10 so the cost price of the perfume should be more than the selling price.

Selling price = ₹ 90

Loss = + ₹ 10

Cost price = ₹ 100

Thus, the cost price of the perfume is ₹ 100.