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Jan 10
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P started a business in 1990 by investing Rs.25,000. She invested Rs. 10,000 as additional amount in 1991 and her friend Q joined her with an amount of Rs.35,000. P invested another Rs. 10,000 in 1992 and R joined them with Rs. 35,000. At the end of these 3 years, they earned a profit of Rs. 150,000. Find Q's share? a) Rs.50,000 b) Rs.65,000 c) Rs.75,000 d) Rs.15,000
P started a business in 1990 by investing Rs.25,000. She invested Rs. 10,000 as additional amount in 1991 and her friend Q joined her with an amount of Rs.35,000. P invested another Rs. 10,000 in 1992 and R joined them with Rs. 35,000. At the end of these 3 years, they earned a profit of Rs. 150,000. Find Q's share? a) Rs.50,000 b) Rs.65,000 c) Rs.75,000 d) Rs.15,000
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Answer: A) P invested Rs.25,000 for 12 months, Rs.(25000 + 10000) for 12 months, , Rs.(25000 + 10000 + 10000) for 12 months. i.e., P invested Rs.25,000 for 12 months, Rs.35000 for 12 months Rs.45000 for 12 months. Q ... Q's share = Rs.(1,50,000 x 2 /(3+2+1)) = Rs.(1,50,000 x 2/6) = Rs.50,000
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A, B and C are 3 partners in a business. Their investments are respectively Rs 2000, Rs 4,000 and Rs 3,000. A gets 30% of total profit for managing the business. The remaining profit is divided among them in the ratio of their investments. At the end of the year, the profit of Ais Rs 1100 less than the sum of the profit of B and C. What amount of income will C get? A) Rs 2100.75 B) Rs 2887.5 C) Rs 2705.75 D) Rs 2546.25
A, B and C are 3 partners in a business. Their investments are respectively Rs 2000, Rs 4,000 and Rs 3,000. A gets 30% of total profit for managing the business. The remaining profit is divided among them in the ratio of their investments. At the end of the year, the profit of Ais Rs 1100 less than the sum of the profit of B and C. What amount of income will C get? A) Rs 2100.75 B) Rs 2887.5 C) Rs 2705.75 D) Rs 2546.25
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Answer: B) The ratio of profit of A, B and C is 2000:4000:3000=2:4:3. Let the annual profit be P. Then, A will get 0.3p for managing the business. And, remaining 0.7p will be distributed in the ratio of their ... ⇒ 7/9 0.7p−2/9 0.7p−0.3p=1100 ⇒ p=12,375 So, C's share=3/9 0.7p=Rs 2887.5
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P, Q and R jointly thought of engaging themselves in a business venture. It was agreed that P would invest Rs. 3250 for 6 months, Q, Rs. 4200 for 5 months and R, Rs. 5,000 for 3 months. P wants to be the working member for which, he was to receive 10% of the profits. The profit earned was Rs. 3700. Calculate the share of Q in the profit. A) Rs. 1800 B) Rs. 1260 C) Rs. 1580 D) Rs. 1940
P, Q and R jointly thought of engaging themselves in a business venture. It was agreed that P would invest Rs. 3250 for 6 months, Q, Rs. 4200 for 5 months and R, Rs. 5,000 for 3 months. P wants to be the working member for which, he was to receive 10% of the profits. The profit earned was Rs. 3700. Calculate the share of Q in the profit. A) Rs. 1800 B) Rs. 1260 C) Rs. 1580 D) Rs. 1940
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Answer: B) For managing, P received = 10% of Rs. 3700 = Rs. 370. Balance = Rs. (3700 - 370) = Rs. 3330. Ratio of their investments = (3250 x 6) : (4200 x 5) : (5000 x 3) = 19500 : 21000 : 15000 = 13 : 14 : 10 Q's share = Rs. 3330x 14 / 37 = Rs. 1260
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X, Yand Z enter into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 6 : 4: 8. After 1 year, Y invests another Rs. 540,000 and Z, at the end of 2 years, also invests Rs.540,000. At the end of three years, profit is are shared in the ratio of 6 : 8 : 10. Find initial investment of Z. A) 7,20,000 B) 8,80,000 C) 6,50,000 D) 5,50,000.
X, Yand Z enter into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 6 : 4: 8. After 1 year, Y invests another Rs. 540,000 and Z, at the end of 2 years, also invests Rs.540,000. At the end of three years, profit is are shared in the ratio of 6 : 8 : 10. Find initial investment of Z. A) 7,20,000 B) 8,80,000 C) 6,50,000 D) 5,50,000.
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Answer: A) Let the initial investments of X, Yand Z be Rs. 6x, Rs. 4x and Rs. 8x respectively. Then, (6x * 36) : [(4x * 12) + (4x + 540000) x 24] : [(8x * 24) + (8x +540000) x 12]=6:8:10 ... =3/4 => 864x = 432x + 38880000 => 432x = 19440000 x=90000 Z's initial investment = 8x = Rs. 7,20,000.
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Jan 10
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Three friends started a Company, let there names are P, Qand R. What profit Q will get, if, 1. R invested Rs. 4000 for nine months, his profit was 3/2 times that of Q's and his investment was four times that of P. 2. P and Q invested for one year in the proportion 1 : 2 respectively. 3. The three together got Rs. 500 as profit at the year end. A) Only 1 and 3 B) Only 1 and 2 C) All 1, 2 and 3 D) None of above
Three friends started a Company, let there names are P, Qand R. What profit Q will get, if, 1. R invested Rs. 4000 for nine months, his profit was 3/2 times that of Q's and his investment was four times that of P. 2. P and Q invested for one year in the proportion 1 : 2 respectively. 3. The three together got Rs. 500 as profit at the year end. A) Only 1 and 3 B) Only 1 and 2 C) All 1, 2 and 3 D) None of above
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Answer: C) 1 and 2 will give : R = Rs. (4000 x 9) for 1 year = Rs. 36000 for 1 year. P = Rs. (1/4 * 4000 * 12 ) for 1 year = Rs 12000 for 1 year Q = Rs 24000 for one year R:P:Q = ... Profit = 500 Now from the ratio and total profit we can get Share of R. R share will be = 500 * 2/6 = 166.66
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Keerthi and Kavi invest in a business in the ratio 7:5. If 10% of the total profit goes to charity and Keerthi’s share is Rs.2625 the total profit is. A) 5000 B) 2000 c) 3000 D) 4000
Keerthi and Kavi invest in a business in the ratio 7:5. If 10% of the total profit goes to charity and Keerthi’s share is Rs.2625 the total profit is. A) 5000 B) 2000 c) 3000 D) 4000
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Answer: A) Let the total profit be Rs.100 After playing to charity, keethi’s share = Rs(90 * 7/12) =Rs.52.5 If keerthi’s sghare is Rs.52.5 total profit = Rs 100 If keerthi’s share is Rs. 2625 Total profit = (100/52.5 *2625) =Rs.5000
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Jan 10
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Three partners shared the profit in a business in the ratio 7 :8 :9. They had partnered for 16 months, 10 months and 9 months respectively. What was the ratio of their investments? A) 2286:5599:7643 B) 2346:76543:8754 C) 5643;1254 :2345 D) 2205 :4032:5032
Three partners shared the profit in a business in the ratio 7 :8 :9. They had partnered for 16 months, 10 months and 9 months respectively. What was the ratio of their investments? A) 2286:5599:7643 B) 2346:76543:8754 C) 5643;1254 :2345 D) 2205 :4032:5032
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Answer: D) Let their investments be Rs.x for 16 months, y for 10 months , Z for 9 months Then 16x : 10y :9z = 7:8:9 Now 16x / 10y = 7/8 128x = 70y Y=64/35x 16x/9z = 7/9 144x = 63z Z = 144x/63 X:Y:Z = x:64x/35 :144x/63 X:Y:Z = 2205:4032:5032.
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Jan 10
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Anu and Thanu start a business. Anu invests Rs.8000 for 8 months and Thanu remains in the business for 4 months out of total profit, Thanu claims 3/7 of the profit. How much money was contributed by Thanu? A) Rs6000 B) Rs.7000 C) Rs.8000 D) Rs.9000
Anu and Thanu start a business. Anu invests Rs.8000 for 8 months and Thanu remains in the business for 4 months out of total profit, Thanu claims 3/7 of the profit. How much money was contributed by Thanu? A) Rs6000 B) Rs.7000 C) Rs.8000 D) Rs.9000
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Answer: D) Let the total profit be Rs.x Then thanu = 3x/7 Anu = (x – 3x/7) = 4x/7 So, Anu : thanu = 4x/7 : 3x/7 = 4:3 Lets thanu’s capital be y. then, 8000*8/ (y *4) = 4/3 24000 * 24 = 4y * 16 Y = 24000*24/(16*4) Y = Rs.9000
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Jan 10
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Two friends M & N started a business Investing in the ratio of 6 :7 . O joined then after 6 months investing an amount equal to that of N. at the end of the year 30% profit was equal to 105000. What was the amount invested by O? A) 148484 B) 154326 C) 146738 D) 145783
Two friends M & N started a business Investing in the ratio of 6 :7 . O joined then after 6 months investing an amount equal to that of N. at the end of the year 30% profit was equal to 105000. What was the amount invested by O? A) 148484 B) 154326 C) 146738 D) 145783
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Answer: A) Let the total profit be x Then 30% of x = 105000 X = 105000 * 100/30 X=350000 Let the capitals of M,N,O be Rs. 6x ,7x and 7x respectively. Then, (6x*12) + (7x *12) +(7x *6) = 350000*12 72x +84x +42x = 4200000 198x = 4200000 X=21212 O’s investment = Rs.148484
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Jan 10
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Aakash and Aravind are partners in a business. Aakash contributes 1/5 of the capital of 16 months and aravind received ¾ of the profit. For how long Aravind money was used? A) 11 months B) 12 months C) 13 months D) 14 months
Aakash and Aravind are partners in a business. Aakash contributes 1/5 of the capital of 16 months and aravind received ¾ of the profit. For how long Aravind money was used? A) 11 months B) 12 months C) 13 months D) 14 months
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Answer: B) Let the total profit be Rs z Then, Aravind share = 3z/4 Aakash share = z - 3z/4 = z/4 Aakash : Aravind = Z/4 : 3z/4 = 1:3 Let the total capital be Rs x Suppose Aravind's money was used for y months.then, ... * 16/4/5x * y = 1/3 3 (16x/5) = 4x/5 * y 48 = 4y Y = 48/4 = 12 months.
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Jan 10
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Dhivya, Dinesh and Deepi enter into a partnership and their shares are in the ratio 1/3 :1/4 :1/5. After 2 months, dhivya withdraws half of her capital and after 10 months, a profit of Rs. 462 is divided among them, what is Deepi’s share? A) 123.56 B) 165.45 C) 143.3 D) 146.43
Dhivya, Dinesh and Deepi enter into a partnership and their shares are in the ratio 1/3 :1/4 :1/5. After 2 months, dhivya withdraws half of her capital and after 10 months, a profit of Rs. 462 is divided among them, what is Deepi’s share? A) 123.56 B) 165.45 C) 143.3 D) 146.43
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Answer: C) Ratio of initial investments = 1/3 : 1/4 : 1/5 = 20 :15 :12 Let their initial investments be 20x, 15x and 12x respectively Dhivya: Dinesh :Deepi = (20x *2 +10x *10) : (15x *12) : (12x*12) =140x : ... 70:90:72 = 35 : 45 :36 Deepi s share = Rs.462 * 36/116 = Rs(16632/116) =Rs.143.3
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Jan 10
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Ananya and bheeman started a partnership business investing some amount in the ratio of 3:7. Chandru joined them after 6 months with an equal amount of bheeman. In what proportion should thr profit at the end of 1 year be distributed among ananya, bheeman, and chandru? A) 5:6:7 B) 7 :12;4 C) 6:11:5 D) 6:14:7
Ananya and bheeman started a partnership business investing some amount in the ratio of 3:7. Chandru joined them after 6 months with an equal amount of bheeman. In what proportion should thr profit at the end of 1 year be distributed among ananya, bheeman, and chandru? A) 5:6:7 B) 7 :12;4 C) 6:11:5 D) 6:14:7
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Answer: D) Let the investments of ananya,bheeman be 3x and 5x Ananya : bheema : chandru = (3x*12 ) : (7x *12 ) : (7x *6) =36x : 84x :42x =6 : 14 :7
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Jan 10
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In a company M and O invested amount in the ratio 3 : 2 whereas the ratio between amounts invested by M and N was 4 : 3. If Rs.1,80,000 was their profit, how much did N receive?(calculate approximate value) A) 75432 B) 74483 C) 76854 D) 76443
In a company M and O invested amount in the ratio 3 : 2 whereas the ratio between amounts invested by M and N was 4 : 3. If Rs.1,80,000 was their profit, how much did N receive?(calculate approximate value) A) 75432 B) 74483 C) 76854 D) 76443
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Answer: B) M : O = 3:2 O: M= 2:3 = 8:12 M:N = 4 :3 =12:9 O:M:N = 8:12:9 Therefore N’s share = Rs (1,80,000 * 12/29) =Rs(2160000/29) = Rs.74483(approx.)
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Jan 10
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X, Y & Z rent a pasture. X puts 20 cows for 5 months , Y puts 24 cows for 7 months and Z puts 30 cows for 3 months for grazing. If the rent of the pasture is Rs. 150, how much must z pay as his share of rent? A) 32 B) 39.65 C) 37.70 D) 35.20
X, Y & Z rent a pasture. X puts 20 cows for 5 months , Y puts 24 cows for 7 months and Z puts 30 cows for 3 months for grazing. If the rent of the pasture is Rs. 150, how much must z pay as his share of rent? A) 32 B) 39.65 C) 37.70 D) 35.20
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Answer: C) X : Y : Z = 20* 5 : 24* 7 : 30 * 3 = 100 : 168 : 90 =50 : 84 : 45 Therefore Z’s rent = Rs (150 * 45 / 179) = Rs.(6750/179) Rs.37.70
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Jan 10
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P , Q, R hired a van for Rs. 640 and used it for 11,12,13 hours respectively. Hire changes paid by Q were. A) 213 B) 312 C) 123 D) 412
P , Q, R hired a van for Rs. 640 and used it for 11,12,13 hours respectively. Hire changes paid by Q were. A) 213 B) 312 C) 123 D) 412
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Answer: A) P : Q : R = 11 : 12 : 13 Hire changes paid by Q = Rs.(640 * 12/36) = Rs. 7680 / 36 = Rs.213 (approx.)
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Jan 10
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Ajay and vijay entered into business with capital in ratio of 5:7.after 5 months Ajay withdraws 4/7 th of his capital and vijay withdraws 2/7th of his capital. At the end of 8months there was a profit of Rs 4470. Then find the profit A) 3678. B) 2000. C) 4000. D) 1500
Ajay and vijay entered into business with capital in ratio of 5:7.after 5 months Ajay withdraws 4/7 th of his capital and vijay withdraws 2/7th of his capital. At the end of 8months there was a profit of Rs 4470. Then find the profit A) 3678. B) 2000. C) 4000. D) 1500
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Answer: B) Profit ratio of Ajay & vijay, 5x*5+3x*3 :7x*5+5x*3 =34:50=17:25 Profit of vijay =3360/42 *25 =Rs 2000
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Jan 10
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Saranya began a business with Rs 84000 and he joined by shalu with Rs 72000. At the end of the year their profit ratio 14:4 then after how many months does shalu joins the business? A) 5 B) 6 C) 8 D) 9
Saranya began a business with Rs 84000 and he joined by shalu with Rs 72000. At the end of the year their profit ratio 14:4 then after how many months does shalu joins the business? A) 5 B) 6 C) 8 D) 9
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Answer: C) Saranya invests Rs 84000 for 12 months shalu invests Rs 72000 for X months Ratio of both profits, Saranya: shalu =84000*12:72000*x =14:X 14/4=14/X => X = 4months =12-4=>8months
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P,Q, R enter into a partnership.P initially invests Rs 54 lakh and withdraws Rs 18 lakhs after 4 years. Q initially Rs 72 lakh ans adds another Rs 18 lakhs after 6 years and R invests Rs 108 lakh and adds another Rs 18 lakh few years. At the end of 10 years profit Of R is equal to sum of profit of P and Q. Then for how many years did R invests Rs 126 lakh per annum A) 5 B) 7 C) 8 D) 11
P,Q, R enter into a partnership.P initially invests Rs 54 lakh and withdraws Rs 18 lakhs after 4 years. Q initially Rs 72 lakh ans adds another Rs 18 lakhs after 6 years and R invests Rs 108 lakh and adds another Rs 18 lakh few years. At the end of 10 years profit Of R is equal to sum of profit of P and Q. Then for how many years did R invests Rs 126 lakh per annum A) 5 B) 7 C) 8 D) 11
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Answer: C) Ratio of their profit P, Q, R is 54*4+36*6:72*6+90*4:108*x+126*(10-x) =12:22:35 - 0.5x Profit of R=profit of P +profit of Q 35-0.5x=12+22 X=2 year The number of years for R invests Rs 126 lakh =10-2=8years
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X, Y, Z started a business by a share of 8:6:9. The time for which they invested was 6:7:8. The difference in the profit of X and Z is what % of difference in the profit of Zand Y? A) 65 B) 80 C) 55 D) 75
X, Y, Z started a business by a share of 8:6:9. The time for which they invested was 6:7:8. The difference in the profit of X and Z is what % of difference in the profit of Zand Y? A) 65 B) 80 C) 55 D) 75
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Answer: B) Ratio of investment =8:6:9 Ratio of time =6:7:8 Ratio of X,Y,Z=48:42:72 =8:7:12 (X-Z)/(Z-Y) = 4/5 *100 =80%
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Bharathi started a business with Rs.50000 and after 4 months, sathya joined him with Rs.120000. Bharathi received Rs.116000 including 20% of profit as commission for managing the business. What amount did sathya receive? A) 112484. B) 145826. C) 134972. D) 112540
Bharathi started a business with Rs.50000 and after 4 months, sathya joined him with Rs.120000. Bharathi received Rs.116000 including 20% of profit as commission for managing the business. What amount did sathya receive? A) 112484. B) 145826. C) 134972. D) 112540
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Answer: A) Ratio of the profits = 50000 12 : 120000 8 = 5:8 Let the total profit = x. Then Bharathi received 20x/100 = x/5 as commission for managing the business Remaining profit = x- x/5 = 4x ... =x/5+4x/13=116000 =33x/65=116000 => x = 228484 Sathya 's share = 228484 - 116000 = 112484
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Durga invested Rs X for 5 months and Y for remaining time. Moushsree invested Rs Y for 9.months and X for the remaining time. At the end of the year profits are in the ratio 4:5. Then find what % of X is Y? A) 6.2 % B) 7.69% C) 5.25% D) 3.2%
Durga invested Rs X for 5 months and Y for remaining time. Moushsree invested Rs Y for 9.months and X for the remaining time. At the end of the year profits are in the ratio 4:5. Then find what % of X is Y? A) 6.2 % B) 7.69% C) 5.25% D) 3.2%
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Answer: B) Durga investment =5X+7Y Moushsree investment =9Y+3X (5X+7Y)/(9Y+3X)=4/5 X/Y=1/13 *100=7.69%
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Among 3 persons, P, Q, R the profit of R is equal to two-fifth of the sum of one-third profit of P and onethird of Q. If at the end of the year total profit is Rs 12750, then find the average profit of P and Q? A) 4750 B) 5625 C) 7425 D) 6520
Among 3 persons, P, Q, R the profit of R is equal to two-fifth of the sum of one-third profit of P and onethird of Q. If at the end of the year total profit is Rs 12750, then find the average profit of P and Q? A) 4750 B) 5625 C) 7425 D) 6520
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Answer: B) R=2/5(1/3 P+1/3 Q) 15R=2(P+Q) R/(P+Q)= 2/15 Take R=2x, P+Q=15x Total profit =15x+2x =12750 =>X=Rs.750 Average profit of P&Q =750/2 *15=5625
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P, Q, R enter in business partnership. P invests some money at the beginning, Q invests thrice times the amount after 4 months and R invests 6 times the amount after 8 months. If the annual profit be Rs 61260, R's share is A) 41700 B) 45870 C) 47860 D) 40840
P, Q, R enter in business partnership. P invests some money at the beginning, Q invests thrice times the amount after 4 months and R invests 6 times the amount after 8 months. If the annual profit be Rs 61260, R's share is A) 41700 B) 45870 C) 47860 D) 40840
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Answer: D) Let initial investment of P be X Q’s initial investment after 4 month is 3 X R’s initial investment after 8 months is 6X Profit ratio of P,Q&R is, X*12:3x*4:6x*8=12:12:48=1:1:4 R’s share =61260*4/6=Rs.40840
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Murugan, Anwar, Joseph started a business by a share of 7:8:9. The time for which they invested was 4:2:3. The difference in the profit of Murugan and Joseph is what % of Anwar? A) 7.5 B) 8.2 C) 6.4 D) 6.25
Murugan, Anwar, Joseph started a business by a share of 7:8:9. The time for which they invested was 4:2:3. The difference in the profit of Murugan and Joseph is what % of Anwar? A) 7.5 B) 8.2 C) 6.4 D) 6.25
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Answer: D) Ratio of investment =7:8:9 Ratio of time=4:2:3 Ratio of profit =28:16:27 = (Joseph - Murugan)/ Anwar =(28-27)/16*100 =6.25%
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Jaya and sona invested amount of Rs 10000 and Rs 5000 respectively in their business. What percentage of the share of the profit that should be given to Jaya such that ratio of income is equal for both at the end of year? A) 5 B) 7 C) 4 D) 6
Jaya and sona invested amount of Rs 10000 and Rs 5000 respectively in their business. What percentage of the share of the profit that should be given to Jaya such that ratio of income is equal for both at the end of year? A) 5 B) 7 C) 4 D) 6
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Answer: C) Ratio of invest of jaya & sona =10000:5000 =2:1 Income of both at end of year is equal, then Income is divided into 50 parts. Income be 100%, then 1st part =25 ,2 nd part=25, Percentage=100/25=4%
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Two persons Ashok and Amit enter into a business. Ashok invests Rs 12500 in the first time and after 6months withdraws Rs 7000. Amit withdraws Rs 3000 after 8 months. Both have equal profit at the end of the year. What is the amount invested by Amit initially? A) 15000 B) 20000 C) 10000 D) 16000
Two persons Ashok and Amit enter into a business. Ashok invests Rs 12500 in the first time and after 6months withdraws Rs 7000. Amit withdraws Rs 3000 after 8 months. Both have equal profit at the end of the year. What is the amount invested by Amit initially? A) 15000 B) 20000 C) 10000 D) 16000
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Answer: C) Ashok’s investment =12500*6+5500*6=108000 Amit’s investment=x*8+(x-3000)*4 108000=8x+4x-12000=>X=Rs 10000 Amount invest by Amit is Rs 10,000
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In a business, X,Y and Z inversed Rs.20,000/-,Rs.30,000/- and Rs.40,000/- respectively. After 1 year X adds Rs.10000/- to the initial investment.Y and Z withdrew Rs.10000/- and Rs.15,000/- respectively. After 2 years the total profit is Rs.9900/-. What is X’s share?. A) 3000 B) 2700 C) 3600 D) 4000
In a business, X,Y and Z inversed Rs.20,000/-,Rs.30,000/- and Rs.40,000/- respectively. After 1 year X adds Rs.10000/- to the initial investment.Y and Z withdrew Rs.10000/- and Rs.15,000/- respectively. After 2 years the total profit is Rs.9900/-. What is X’s share?. A) 3000 B) 2700 C) 3600 D) 4000
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Answer: A) X's Share = Rs.20000/- per first 1 year, Next year 10000/- added = Rs.20000/- 1 + Rs.30000/- 1 = Rs.50000/- Y's Share = Rs.30000/- per first 1 year, Next year 10000/- reduced = Rs.30000 ... /- 1 part------> Rs300/- Then, X's share is 10 parts = Rs.300/- 10 parts = Rs.3000/-
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Among 3 Persons P,Q,R the profit Of Q is equal to one- third of the difference between the profit of R and triple of P. If at the end of the year, total profit is Rs 27000. Then find the profit of R? A) 13000 B) 17850 C) 14500 D) 20250
Among 3 Persons P,Q,R the profit Of Q is equal to one- third of the difference between the profit of R and triple of P. If at the end of the year, total profit is Rs 27000. Then find the profit of R? A) 13000 B) 17850 C) 14500 D) 20250
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Answer: D) Q=1/3(R-3P) 3Q=R-3P R=3[P+Q] R/(P+Q) =3/1 R/(P+Q+R)=3/4 R/27000 =3/4 R=Rs.20250
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Agalya and Bhairavi enter into a partnership and Agalya invests Rs 14000 in the partnership. At the end of 3months she invests Rs 5000. At the end of another 4 months, she invests the another Rs 6000. If Bhairavi invests a certain sum in the partnership at the beginning of the year and leaves it and receives Rs 9720 as her share if the total of Rs 31320 a year, how much did Bhairavi invest in the company? A) 37850 B) 42500 C) 41400 D) 35478
Agalya and Bhairavi enter into a partnership and Agalya invests Rs 14000 in the partnership. At the end of 3months she invests Rs 5000. At the end of another 4 months, she invests the another Rs 6000. If Bhairavi invests a certain sum in the partnership at the beginning of the year and leaves it and receives Rs 9720 as her share if the total of Rs 31320 a year, how much did Bhairavi invest in the company? A) 37850 B) 42500 C) 41400 D) 35478
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Answer: C) Let investment of Bhairavi be X rupees for 12 months Agalya’s investment for 12 months =14000*3+5000*4+6000*5 =Rs 92000 Share received by Bhairavi = Rs 9720 Share received by Agalya =Rs 21600 Ratio of their profit 92000/X=21600/9720 X=Rs 41400
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X, Y, Z jointly engaged in a business. It was agreed that X would invest Rs. 14500 for 4 months,Y Rs 19000 for 7 months and Z Rs 25000 for 6 months. X wants to be a working partner and he was to receive 14% of the profit and total profit earned by X was Rs 43929. Calculate share of Z A) 55750 B) 58472 C) 67500 D) 65250
X, Y, Z jointly engaged in a business. It was agreed that X would invest Rs. 14500 for 4 months,Y Rs 19000 for 7 months and Z Rs 25000 for 6 months. X wants to be a working partner and he was to receive 14% of the profit and total profit earned by X was Rs 43929. Calculate share of Z A) 55750 B) 58472 C) 67500 D) 65250
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Answer: C) Ratio of X, Y, Z profit is 14500*4:19000*7:25000*6=58:133:150 Total profit be' a' X receives 14% of a as profit for active partner Remaining profit=86% of a X's total profit=[86/ ... 341]+14/100*a=43929 9762/34100*a=43929 => a= Rs.153450 Share of Z =153450/341*150 =Rs 67500
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Tarani and Ruba invest in a business ratio 7:8. If 24% of the total profit goes to charity and Ruba 's share is Rs 1506. Then then profit goes to Tarani and Ruba is A) 1675 B 2688 C) 2823 D) 1495
Tarani and Ruba invest in a business ratio 7:8. If 24% of the total profit goes to charity and Ruba 's share is Rs 1506. Then then profit goes to Tarani and Ruba is A) 1675 B 2688 C) 2823 D) 1495
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Answer: C) Let total profit =X Balance profit after =76%of X Ruba’s share =76/100 *x*8/15=1506 X=Rs.3715 Then the profit =3715*76/100=Rs2823
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X, Y, Z are engaged to do a certain piece of work for Rs.8200.Y and Z are to execute 15/26 of the work together. Amount to be paid to X is A) 4287 B) 3469 C) 6124 D) 2865
X, Y, Z are engaged to do a certain piece of work for Rs.8200.Y and Z are to execute 15/26 of the work together. Amount to be paid to X is A) 4287 B) 3469 C) 6124 D) 2865
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Answer: B) Y and Z are execute 15/26 of week Balance =1-15/26 11/26 of work completed by X X’s share of revenue =11/26 *8200 =Rs 3469
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The monthly income of M and N is in the ratio 5:3 and their expenses in the ratio 4:2. Both of them save Rs. 12000 each. Find the monthly income of M A) 68000 B) 72000 C) 60000 D) 64000
The monthly income of M and N is in the ratio 5:3 and their expenses in the ratio 4:2. Both of them save Rs. 12000 each. Find the monthly income of M A) 68000 B) 72000 C) 60000 D) 64000
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Answer: C) Income ratio of M=5x Income ratio of N=3x Savings of M=12000 Savings of N=12000 Expense of M=5x-12000 Expense of N =3x-12000 Expense order in ration 4:2 5x-12000:3x-12000=4:2 X=12000 M’s income =5x=5*12000 =60000
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Divide Rs 1728 among P, Q, R in such way that 8 times P's share is 12times Q's share and is 6 times R's share. How much does each get? A) Rs. 576,384,768 B) Rs. 588,392,484 C) Rs. 592, 384, 652 D) None of the above
Divide Rs 1728 among P, Q, R in such way that 8 times P's share is 12times Q's share and is 6 times R's share. How much does each get? A) Rs. 576,384,768 B) Rs. 588,392,484 C) Rs. 592, 384, 652 D) None of the above
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Answer: A) Given, 8P=12Q=6R 4P=6Q=3R=>4P=6Q=>6/4Q=>P=3/2Q 6Q=3R R=6Q/3=2Q Then, P+Q+R=1728 3/2Q+Q+2Q=1728 3Q+2Q+4Q=3456 9Q=3456 Q=384 P=3/2Q =3/2*384=576,R=2Q=768 A:B:C=576:384:768
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The amounts of P, Q and R in the ratio 3:4:5 and their spending are in the ratio 4:5:6. If P saves 1/6th of his income then then savings of P, Q, R are in the ratio A) 18:11:3. B) 12:13:4. C) 4:11:18. D) None
The amounts of P, Q and R in the ratio 3:4:5 and their spending are in the ratio 4:5:6. If P saves 1/6th of his income then then savings of P, Q, R are in the ratio A) 18:11:3. B) 12:13:4. C) 4:11:18. D) None
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Answer: C) Income of P,Q,R = 3x:4x:5x Expense of 4:5:6=4y:5y:6y. Savings [income –expenditure] =3x-4y :4x-5y :5x-6y------->1 Given 3x-4y=x/6 y=17x/24 Sub if (1) is, =3x-4(17x/24) :4x-5(17x/24) :5x-6(17x/24) =8x:22x:36x = 4:11:18
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X, Y, Z are becomes a partner in their business with X's share receives Rs.117000. If out of a total profit of Rs 8100,X gets Rs.3900 and Y gets Rs. 2700, Z gets Rs.1500 then total capital of Y and Z is, A) 36900 B) 146000 C) 126000 D) 247000
X, Y, Z are becomes a partner in their business with X's share receives Rs.117000. If out of a total profit of Rs 8100,X gets Rs.3900 and Y gets Rs. 2700, Z gets Rs.1500 then total capital of Y and Z is, A) 36900 B) 146000 C) 126000 D) 247000
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Answer: C) Profit ratio is, X:Y:Z=3900: 2700:1500 X:Y:Z =13 :9:5 Then, X,Y,Z capitals are 13x,9x &5x X’s receives amount is, 13x=117000 =>x=9000 Total capital of Y&Z is, =9000*14=126000
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Sharuk being the active partner receives 3/5th of profit and the remaining is divided between sanjay and Karthi in the ratio of 2:1. If the difference between the profit shares of Sharuk and sanjay is Rs.3400. What is Karthi share in Rs? A) 1540 B) 1360 C) 1698 D) None
Sharuk being the active partner receives 3/5th of profit and the remaining is divided between sanjay and Karthi in the ratio of 2:1. If the difference between the profit shares of Sharuk and sanjay is Rs.3400. What is Karthi share in Rs? A) 1540 B) 1360 C) 1698 D) None
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Answer: B) Total profit =Y Sharuk’s share =3/5 * Y Balance share =2/5 * Y Share of sanjay =2/5 *Y*2/3 =4/15 * Y Difference of sanjay & Sharuk share, 3/5* Y- 4/15* Y =3400 =>Y= Rs 10200 Karthi share =2/5 *10200 *1/3 =1360
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Q and K are partners in a Company. Q receives 4/7th of the capital for 9months and K received 1/5th of the profit,for how long K money used? A) 3 B) 4 C) 5 D) 6
Q and K are partners in a Company. Q receives 4/7th of the capital for 9months and K received 1/5th of the profit,for how long K money used? A) 3 B) 4 C) 5 D) 6
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Answer: A) Let total profit gained be A Profit earned by K =1/5 *A Profit earned by Q =4/5*A Ratio of Q & K profit =4/5 *A:1/5*A=4:1 Total investment be P Q receives 4/7 th of p for 9 months K receives 3/7 th of P for Y months. Ratio of K & Q is, 1/4= (3/7*P*Y)/(4/7 *P*9) =>Y= 3 months =>K
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L, M and N started a business in which L invested Rs.15000/- for 2year, M invested Rs 25000/- for 3 years, N invested Rs.35000/- for 4 years. At the end of the profit received by them is Rs.9800/-. What is N’s share?. A) 5600 B) 5000 C) 5500 D) 4500
L, M and N started a business in which L invested Rs.15000/- for 2year, M invested Rs 25000/- for 3 years, N invested Rs.35000/- for 4 years. At the end of the profit received by them is Rs.9800/-. What is N’s share?. A) 5600 B) 5000 C) 5500 D) 4500
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Answer: A) L = Rs.15000/- per 2 years M= Rs.25000/- per 3 years N = Rs.35000/- per 4 years = 15000 2 : 25000 3 : 35000 4 =30000:75000:140000=30:75:140 =6:15:28 Total = 49 parts -----> Rs. ... ) = 1 part ------> Rs.200/- Then, N's share is = 28 parts = Rs.200 28 parts = Rs.5600
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X, Y, Z started a business with their investment in the ratio of 4/5: 4/7: 5/9, after 6months. X has withdrawn half of his investment. Also X will get 30% of profit for being an active partner. At the end of a year total profit earned was Rs. 54750. Then find the total profit earned by Y and Z? A) 25200 B) 28600 C) 25010 D) 26867
X, Y, Z started a business with their investment in the ratio of 4/5: 4/7: 5/9, after 6months. X has withdrawn half of his investment. Also X will get 30% of profit for being an active partner. At the end of a year total profit earned was Rs. 54750. Then find the total profit earned by Y and Z? A) 25200 B) 28600 C) 25010 D) 26867
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Answer: C) Let investment of X, Y, Z be 4/5 x,4/7x &5/9 x =>252x, 180x & 175x Profit ratio of X, Y, Z is 252x*6+126x*6:180x*12 :175x *12 =189:180:175 Active partner X's amount= ... 30/100 =Rs.16425 Remaining profit =54750-16425 =Rs.38325 Total profit earned by Y*Z= 38325*355/544 =Rs. 25010
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Shyam and Ram are active partners in a business. Shyam contributes 2/7th received capital of the profit for 21 month and Ram received 1/5th of the profit. Then how many long Ram invest the money in the business. a) 8months. b) 7months. c) 3months d) 1.5 months
Shyam and Ram are active partners in a business. Shyam contributes 2/7th received capital of the profit for 21 month and Ram received 1/5th of the profit. Then how many long Ram invest the money in the business. a) 8months. b) 7months. c) 3months d) 1.5 months
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Answer: D) Let total profit =P Ram’s profit =1/5 P Shyam profit =4/5 p Ratio of Shyam & Ram =4/5 p: 1/5 =4:1 Total amount put be X Shyam put =2/7*p for 21 months. Ram put =5/7 * p Ratio of Shyam & Ram =4:1=2/7 *p*21:5/7*p*T T= 1.5months = Ram amount investments time.
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Three active partners A, B, C start a work. Twice of A's capital is equal to 6 times of B's capital is nine times C's capital. If B's profit is Rs. 7500. Then find the total profit. a) 30750 b) 30833 c) 45250 d) 32745
Three active partners A, B, C start a work. Twice of A's capital is equal to 6 times of B's capital is nine times C's capital. If B's profit is Rs. 7500. Then find the total profit. a) 30750 b) 30833 c) 45250 d) 32745
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Answer: B) The capital of C be y. The capital of B be 9y. The capital of A be 54y/2 = 27y Ratio of A:B:C =27y:9y:y Total =7500/9*37=Rs 30833.
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Mano, kajal, kavin enter into partnership. Mano invests some money at the beginning kajal invests double the amount for 8 months and kavin invests thrice the amount for 10 months. If the annual profit be Rs.35000 then kavin’s share is approximately A) Rs. 17567 B) None C) Rs. 12985 D) Rs. 19274
Mano, kajal, kavin enter into partnership. Mano invests some money at the beginning kajal invests double the amount for 8 months and kavin invests thrice the amount for 10 months. If the annual profit be Rs.35000 then kavin’s share is approximately A) Rs. 17567 B) None C) Rs. 12985 D) Rs. 19274
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Answer: B) Let mano’s investment be Rs x Then Ratio of capitals = (x*12) : (2x:8) : (3x*10) = 12x : 16x : 30x = 6:8: 15 Kavin’s share = Rs.(35000*15/29) = Rs.18103.
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If 12 (M’s capital) = 18 (N’s capital) = 30 (O’s capital) then out of a profit of Rs.13950, How much amount O will receive? A) Rs.2700 B) Rs.2600 C) Rs.2500 D) Rs.2400
If 12 (M’s capital) = 18 (N’s capital) = 30 (O’s capital) then out of a profit of Rs.13950, How much amount O will receive? A) Rs.2700 B) Rs.2600 C) Rs.2500 D) Rs.2400
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Answer: A) Let 12 M = 18N = 30 O = y M = y/12, N = y/18 O = y/30 Therefore M : N: O = y/12 : y/18 :y/30 = 15 : 10 : 6 Hence O’s share = Rs (13950 * 6/31) = Rs.2700
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P, Q & R are three partners start a business. Thrice P’s capital is equal to four times Q’s capital and Q’s capital is 6 times R’s capital. Out of a total profit Rs.35860 at the end of the year, Q’s share is A) Rs.12334 B) Rs.14344 C) Rs. 21500 D) Rs.17600
P, Q & R are three partners start a business. Thrice P’s capital is equal to four times Q’s capital and Q’s capital is 6 times R’s capital. Out of a total profit Rs.35860 at the end of the year, Q’s share is A) Rs.12334 B) Rs.14344 C) Rs. 21500 D) Rs.17600
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Answer: B) Let R = c Q = 6c P = 24c/3 = 8c P : Q : R= 8c:6c:c = 8: 6: 1 So Q’s capital = Rs. 35860 * 6/15 = Rs.14344
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X, Y, Z subscribe is Rs.25000 for a business. X subscribes Rs.2000 more than Y and Y Rs.2500 more than Z. out of a total profit of Rs.17500, X receives A) Rs.7700 B) Rs.7490 C) Rs.7350 D) Rs7320
X, Y, Z subscribe is Rs.25000 for a business. X subscribes Rs.2000 more than Y and Y Rs.2500 more than Z. out of a total profit of Rs.17500, X receives A) Rs.7700 B) Rs.7490 C) Rs.7350 D) Rs7320
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Answer: C) Let Z = y, then Y = y+2500, X = y+2500+2000 X= y+4500 So y+y+2500+y+4500 = 25000 3y = 18000 => y = 6000 X:Y:Z = 10500: 8500 : 6000 = 105 : 85 : 60 = 21:17 : 12 X’s share = Rs.(17500*21/50) = Rs.7,350
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Suja and Madhavi are partners in a business, Suja invests Rs.42000 for 9 months and Madhavi invests Rs.54000 for 12 months. Then, out of a profit of 38750 find suja’s profit? A) Rs.14330 B) Rs.14590 C) Rs.14650 D) Rs.14276
Suja and Madhavi are partners in a business, Suja invests Rs.42000 for 9 months and Madhavi invests Rs.54000 for 12 months. Then, out of a profit of 38750 find suja’s profit? A) Rs.14330 B) Rs.14590 C) Rs.14650 D) Rs.14276
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Answer: D) Ratio of their shares = (42000*9) : (54000*12) = 378 : 648 = 7:12 Suja’s share = Rs(38750 * 7/19) = Rs.14276
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Four persons rented a grassland. P grazed 48 goats for 3 months, Q grazed 20 goats for 5 months, R grazed 70 goats for 4 months and S grazed 42 goats for 3 months. If p’s share of rent is Rs.1420. Find the total rent of the field? A) 6410 B) 6200 C) 6400 D) 6300
Four persons rented a grassland. P grazed 48 goats for 3 months, Q grazed 20 goats for 5 months, R grazed 70 goats for 4 months and S grazed 42 goats for 3 months. If p’s share of rent is Rs.1420. Find the total rent of the field? A) 6410 B) 6200 C) 6400 D) 6300
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Answer: A) Ratio of shares P,Q, R, S = 48*3 : 20 *5 : 70*4 :42*3 = 144 : 100: 280 : 126 = 72:50:140:63 Let total rent be Rs x Then P’s share = Rs. 72x/325 72x /325 = 1420 X = Rs.6410
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Meenu invested Rs.38000 in a business. After few months, ruba joined her with Rs.28500. At the end of the year, the total profit was divided between them in the ratio 2:1. After how many months did ruba joined? A) 2 months B) 3 months C) 4 months D) 5 months
Meenu invested Rs.38000 in a business. After few months, ruba joined her with Rs.28500. At the end of the year, the total profit was divided between them in the ratio 2:1. After how many months did ruba joined? A) 2 months B) 3 months C) 4 months D) 5 months
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Answer: C) Suppose Ruba joined after x months Then Ruba’s money was invested for (12-x) months. 38000 *12/28500*(12-x) = 2/1 456000 = 684000 – 57000x X = 4 Hence Ruba joined after 4 months.
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P, Q & R enter into partnership. P invests 6 times as much as Q and Q invests two- sixth of what R invests. At the end of the year, the profit earned is Rs.7200. what is the share of Q? A) 720 B) 550 C) 670 D) 480
P, Q & R enter into partnership. P invests 6 times as much as Q and Q invests two- sixth of what R invests. At the end of the year, the profit earned is Rs.7200. what is the share of Q? A) 720 B) 550 C) 670 D) 480
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Answer: A) Let R’s capital = Rs.x Q’s capital = Rs.2x/6 = x/3 P’s capital = 6x/3 = 2x Ratio of their capitals = 2x : x/3 : x =6x:x:3x =6:1:3 Hence Q’s share = (7200*1/10) = Rs.720
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