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## Sales Tax and Value Added Tax Worksheet with Answers

**Example 1.**

Annu went to a shop to buy a watch for Rs 654. The sales tax on it is 5%. He requested the shopkeeper to reduce the price to such an extent that he has to pay only Rs 616 including the sales tax. Find the reduction given by the shopkeeper.

## Solution:

Given that

The cost of the watch is Rs 654

The rate of sales tax is 5 %

Let us assume the reduced price of the watch be y.

So, the total amount of the watch = y + 5 % of y

= 1y + (5/100)y

= 105y/100

But, the total amount of the watch to be paid = Rs 616

Then, reduced price = 105y/100 = Rs 616

y = (616 × 100)/105

y =Rs 61,600/105

y = Rs 586

Therefore, reduction needed = Rs 654 – Rs 586 = Rs 68.

**Example 2.**

Neela went to a shop to buy a wallet. The cost of the wallet was Rs 350. The rate of sales tax is 3%. The shopkeeper gave her a discount such that she got the wallet for only Rs 248. Find the discount given by the shopkeeper.

## Solution:

Given that,

The cost of a wallet is Rs 350

The rate of sales tax is 3%

Let us assume the reduced price of the wallet be y.

So, the total amount of the wallet = y + 3% of y

= 1y + (3/100)y

= 103y/100

But, the total amount of the wallet to be paid = Rs 248

Then, reduced price = 103y/100 = Rs 248

y = (248 × 100)/103

y = Rs 24,800/103

y = Rs 240.7

Therefore, reduction needed = Rs 3,50 – Rs 240.7 = 108.3

**Example 3.**

The marked price of a sports shoe is Rs 2640 and the sales tax on it is Rs 1630. Find the rate of sales tax.

## Solution:

Given that,

The marked price of sports shoes is Rs 12640

The sales tax = Rs 1630

We know that,

Rate of sales tax = (100 × Sale tax)/marked price

= (100 × 1630)/12640

= 12.8%

Therefore, the rate of sales tax is 12.8

**Example 4.**

A Samsung tv. is priced in the showroom at Rs 46,000. The sales tax on it is Rs17,960. Find the rate of sales tax.

## Solution:

Give that,

Price of samsung tv in the showroom = Rs 46,000

Sales tax = Rs 17,960

We know that,

Rate of sales tax = (100 × Sale tax)/marked price

= (100 × 17,960)/46,000

= 39.04%

Therefore, rate of sales tax is 39.04%

**Example 5.**

The list price of a dressing table is Rs 6300 and the sales tax on it is Rs 125. Find the rate of sales tax.

## Solution:

Given that,

The list price of the dressing table = Rs 6300

The Sales tax = Rs 125

We know that,

Rate of sales tax = (100 × Sale tax)/marked price

= (100 × 125)/6300

= 1.98%

Therefore, the rate of sales tax is 1.98%

**Example 6.**

The list price of the leather jacket is Rs 9000. A shopkeeper sells the article to a consumer at the list price and charges sales tax at the prescribed rate of 9%. If the shopkeeper pays a VAT of Rs 32 to the State Government, at what price inclusive of sales tax did the shopkeeper buy the leather jacket from the wholesaler?

## Solution:

Let the profit of the shopkeeper be Rs x, Then the value of the leather jacket by the shopkeeper = Rs x.

As the VAT paid by the shopkeeper is Rs 32 and the rate of sales tax = 9%,

Therefore 9% of Rs x = Rs 32

9/100 × x = 32

x = 355.5

Therefore, The profit of the shopkeeper = Rs 355.5

Therefore, The price of the leather jacket which the shopkeeper paid to the wholesaler

= Rs 9000 – Rs 355.5= Rs 8644.5.

Sales tax paid by the shopkeeper to the wholesaler on the leather jacket = 9% of Rs 8644.5 = Rs 9/100 × 8644.5

= Rs 778

Therefore, The price of the leather jacket inclusive of sales tax which the shopkeeper paid to the wholesaler

= Rs 8644.5 + Rs 778 = Rs 9422.5

**Example 7.**

Find the amount paid by Rohan to buy oranges whose list price is Rs 3,250 and the rate of sales tax is 7%.

## Solution:

Given that,

The price of the Oranges = Rs 3250

The rate of sales tax = 7%

We know that,

Sales tax = (list price × rate of sale tax)/100

= (3250 × 7)/100

= Rs 227.5

Then,

The amount paid by Rohan to buy oranges = List price + Sales tax

= Rs 3250 + Rs 227.5

= Rs 3477.5

**Example 8.**

A microphone is listed at Rs 5,500 and the sales tax on it is 12%. Find the selling price of the microphone.

## Solution:

Given that,

Rate of sales tax on watch = 18 %

Listed price of watch = Rs 5,500

We know that,

Sales tax = (list price × rate of sale tax)/100

= (5,500 × 12)/100

= Rs 660

Then, Selling price of watch =Rs (5,500 + 660)

= Rs 6160

**Example 9.**

Marvel purchased a pair of shoes costing $ 650. Calculate the total amount to be paid by him, if the rate of Sales Tax is 9%.

## Solution:

Given that

The sale price of pair of shoes = $ 650

The rate of sales tax = 9%

The sales tax = 9 % of $ 650

= 650 × 9/100

= $ 58.5

Therefore, the total amount to be paid by Marvel = $ 650 + $ 58.5 = $ 708.5

**Example 10.**

If the rate of sale tax increases by 6%, the selling price of a micro oven goes up by 80. Find the marked price of a micro oven.

## Solution:

Given that

Rate of sales tax increased = 5%

Selling price of a micro oven = 80

Let the marked price = P(1 + r/100)

When the rate of sales tax increases by 6%,

The selling price = p(1 + r+6/100)

From the equation, P(1 + r+6/100) – P(1 + r/100) = 80

6P/100 = 80

6P = 80 × 100

P = 80 × 100/6

= 1333.3

Therefore, the marked price of the micro oven is 1333.3