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A, B and C started a company where their initial investments was in the ratio of 2:3:4. At the end of 6 months, A invested an amount such that his total capital became equal to B's initial capital investment. If the annual profit of B is Rs. 3000 then what is the total profit of the company ?

A) Rs. 9500 B) Rs. 10600
C) Rs. 7500 D) Rs. 8900

Answer:   A) Rs. 9500



Explanation:

Given initial investments ratio = 2 : 3 : 4

At the end of 6 months, A invested an amount such that his total capital became equal to B's initial capital investment

i.e, upto 6 months A's investment is 2 and after 6 months his invstment is 3 = B's investment

Now, Ratio of investment for one year

=> A : B : C = (2×6 + 3×6) : (3×12) : (4×12)

= 30 : 36 : 48

= 5 : 6 : 8

But given B's profit = 3000

=> 6 ratio = 3000

For total => 19 ratio = Rs. 9500.

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Sandeep got Rs. 6000 as his share out of the total profit of Rs. 9000 which he and Saketh earned at the end of one year. If Sandeep invested Rs. 20000 for 6 months, whereas Saketh invested his amount for the whole year, the amount invested by Saketh?

A) Rs. 5000 B) Rs. 6200
C) Rs. 8100 D) R. 7600
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Rs. 5000

Explanation:

Let the amount invested by saketh = RS. p

Now, that of sandeep = 20,000 x 6

saketh = 12 x p

Ratio of their earnings = 120000 : 12p = 6000 : (9000 - 6000)

=> 12000012p = 60003000 => p= Rs. 5000

Hence, the amount investe by saketh  = Rs. p  = Rs. 5000.

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A sum of Rs. 4,300 is distributed among M, N and O, such that M receives 25% more than N and N receives 25% less than O. What is O’s share in the amount?

A) 1564 B) 1600
C) 1632 D) 1714
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) 1600

Explanation:

Let O's share = Rs. P

=> N's share = 75100 x P = 3P4

M's share = 54 x 3P4 = 15P16

15P16 + 3P4 + P = 4300=> P = 4300 x 1643 = 1600 

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A & B invest Rs. 1,16,000 & 1,44,000 respectively. B invests for 6 months. At the end of the year, B’s share is Rs. 9000, find the overall profit?

A) Rs. 23,500 B) Rs. 19,780
C) Rs. 21,700 D) Rs. 20,050
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Rs. 23,500

Explanation:

Given A & B in partnership

A Invests 116000 for 12 months 

=> A's share = 116000 x 12 = 13,92,000

B Invests for 6 months

=> B's share = 144000 x 6 = 8,64,000

Their Ratio = 1392 : 864 = 29 : 18

Let the Annual profit = P

Given B's share = Rs. 9000

=> 18/47 x P = 9000

=> P = 9000 x 47/18

=> P = 23,500

Hence, Overall profit = P = Rs. 23,500

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A certain amount is divided among P, Q and R in the ratio of 3 : 7 : 6 respectively. If the difference between share of P and Q is Rs. 2700, what is R's share?

A) Rs. 4050 B) Rs. 2121
C) Rs. 5040 D) Rs. 3550
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Rs. 4050

Explanation:

Let the ratio amount be 'p'

7p - 3p = 2700

4p = 2700

p = 675

R's Share = 675 × 6 = Rs. 4050

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A, B and C started a business where their initial capital was in the ratio of 2:3:4. At the end of 6 months, A invested an amount such that his total capital became equal to C's initial capital investment. If the annual profit of B is Rs. 3000 then what is the total profit  ? 

A) Rs. 8,640 B) Rs. 9,850
C) Rs. 10,000 D) Rs. 11,220
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Rs. 10,000

Explanation:

Ratio of investments of A, B & C = 2×6+4×6 : 3×12 : 4×12

= 36 : 36 : 48

= 6 : 6 : 8

But given that the annual profit of B is Rs. 3000

=> 6 ratio = 3000

Then for the total annual profit of partners is

20 ratio = 3000 x 20/6 = 10,000.

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A and B started a business investing the money in ratio 4:6, after 6 months B withdraw his investment and C joins him with twice the amount of B. At the end of the year total profit is Rs.3315. Find share of C ?

A) Rs. 450 B) Rs. 1020
C) Rs. 765 D) Rs. 1530
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Rs. 1530

Explanation:

Ratio of investments of A, B & C =>

bank

Share of C = 1530

Share of B = 765

Share of A = 1020

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Rajeev start a business with Rs. 10000, Deepu joins him after 2 month with 20% more investment than Rajeev, after 2 month Shakti joins him with 40% less than Deepu. If the profit earned by them at the end of the year is equal to the twice of the difference between investment of Rajeev and ten times the investment of Shakti. Find the profit of Rajeev ?

A) 50000 B) 48000
C) 38000 D) 40000
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) 38000

Explanation:

Here from the given information,

The ratio of investments of Rajeev, Deepu & Shakti is

R : D : S = (10000 × 12) : (12000 × 10) : (7200 × 8)

= 25 : 25 : 12

Now the Profit = 2 × (72000-10000) = 124000

Share of Rajeev = 124000 x 25/62 = 48000

Profit of Rajeev = 48000 - 10000 = 38000

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Munna and Chinna are partners in a firm out of which Munna is sleeping partner and Chinna is working partner. Munna invests Rs. 1,40,000 and Chinna invests Rs. 80,000. Chinna receives 14.5% of profit for managing the business and the rest is shared between both in ratio of their investments. Munna's share in the profit of Rs. 19600 is ?

A) Rs. 9580.25 B) Rs. 10600
C) Rs. 10664.15 D) Rs. 11060.48
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Rs. 10664.15

Explanation:

Profit received by Chinna as working partner = 14.5% of Rs. 19600

= 14.5x19600/100 = Rs. 2842

Balance in profit = 19600-2842 = Rs. 16758

Ratio of investment of Chinna & Munna = 80,000 : 1,40,000 = 4 : 7

Hence share of Chinna in investment = 4x16758/100 = Rs. 6093.85

Therefore, Share of Munna = 19600 - 2842 - 6093.85 = Rs. 10664.15

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