# Comparing Quantities Class 8 Notes Maths Chapter 8

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## CBSE Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 Notes Comparing Quantities

### Comparing Quantities Class 8 Notes Conceptual Facts

1. In every hundred or per hundred is called as percent. For example: 30% means 30 in every hundred.
To change a percentage to a fraction:
40% $$\frac{40}{100}$$=0.4 , 125% = $$\frac{125}{100}$$=1.25

2. Percentage increase and decrease
Increase 240 by 10% = 240 + $$\frac{10}{100}$$ x 240 = 240 + 24 = 264
Decrease 180 by 18% = 180 – $$\frac{18}{100}$$ x 180 = 180 – 32.4 = 147.6

3. Profit and Loss
Profit = SP – CP,Loss= CP – SP

4. Profit and Loss are always calculated on CP.

5. Marked Price: The printed or the tagged price of an article is known as marked price or MP.

6. Discount: The deduction allowed on the market price is called Discount. It is generally given in percent.

7. Net Price: The selling price after the discount to an article is called its Net Price.

SP = MP – Discount
$$\mathrm{MP}=\left(\frac{100 \times \mathrm{SP}}{100-\mathrm{Discount} \%}\right)$$

8. Sales Tax: Sales tax is a tax levied by the Government on the selling price of an article at a rate given by the Government.

9. Value Added Tax (VAT): VAT is an extra tax which is levied and collected by State Government in lieu of State Tax.

10. Simple Interest:
$$\mathrm{SI}=\frac{\text { Principal } \times \text { Rate } \times \text { Time }}{100}$$

11. Compound Interest: Cl = Amount – Principal
$$\mathrm{CI}=\mathrm{P}\left(1+\frac{r}{100}\right)^{n}-\mathrm{P}$$

Amount = $$\mathrm{P}\left(1+\frac{r}{100}\right)^{n}$$ where n represent time in years.

12. Conversion of Period:

• If interest is calculated half-yearly or semi-annually, then â€˜râ€™ is halved and T is doubled.
• If interest is calculated quarterly, then Vâ€™ is one-fourth and T is four times.