Let’s assume that the cost price of each goat was Rs. 100.

On one goat, Aslam made a 10% profit, so the selling price of this goat would be:

Selling price = cost price + 10% of cost price Selling price = 100 + 10% of 100 Selling price = 100 + 10 Selling price = 110

On the other goat, Aslam made a 10% loss, so the selling price of this goat would be:

Selling price = cost price – 10% of cost price Selling price = 100 – 10% of 100 Selling price = 100 – 10 Selling price = 90

Since both goats were sold for the same overall price, the average selling price of each goat would be:

Average selling price = (110 + 90) / 2 Average selling price = 100

Now, let’s calculate the overall profit or loss:

Total cost price = 100 + 100 = 200 Total selling price = 100 + 100 = 200

Profit or loss percentage = (Total selling price – Total cost price) / Total cost price * 100 Profit or loss percentage = (200 – 200) / 200 * 100 Profit or loss percentage = 0%

As we can see, the overall profit or loss is 0%, which means that Aslam did not make any profit or loss overall. However, since the selling price of one goat was more than the cost price, and the selling price of the other goat was less than the cost price, the profit on one goat was offset by the loss on the other goat. Therefore, the answer is option A – Aslam got a loss of 1%.