Aptitude  Banker's Discount  Discussion
Discussion Forum : Banker's Discount  General Questions (Q.No. 1)
1.
The banker's discount on a bill due 4 months hence at 15% is Rs. 420. The true discount is:
Answer: Option
Explanation:
T.D. 






= Rs. 400. 
Discussion:
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Ramkumar said:
1 decade ago
How T = 1/3?
Mayuri said:
1 decade ago
How to find in shortcut way?
Raja shekar said:
1 decade ago
What is the T stands for?
Sundar said:
1 decade ago
Hi All,
Here T stands for Time or Number of Years.
Why T = 1/3?
Because we can write 4 months as 1/3 years. (Ref: 4/12 = 1/3)
Hope you understand. Have a nice day guys!
Here T stands for Time or Number of Years.
Why T = 1/3?
Because we can write 4 months as 1/3 years. (Ref: 4/12 = 1/3)
Hope you understand. Have a nice day guys!
Vinoth said:
1 decade ago
How we can take 15% is rate?
Saleem said:
1 decade ago
short cut:
p*r*t
420*15%*4/12 = 20
42020 = 400
p*r*t
420*15%*4/12 = 20
42020 = 400
Jyothi said:
1 decade ago
How comes this formula T.D. = B.D. x 100 / 100+(R*T)
Atually T.D = Amout*rate*time / 100+(R*T)
Atually T.D = Amout*rate*time / 100+(R*T)
Yuri said:
1 decade ago
Same question as Jyotiii.
Achyuth said:
1 decade ago
Why we use 1/3 for percentage?
BhargaV said:
1 decade ago
What does T.D. & P.W. stands for ???
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