Total profit = Rs. 880

A's share for managing the business i.e

% =

Remaining profit of A and B as per their capital = 880 - 110 = Rs. 770

Ratio of amounts = 5000 : 6000 = 5 : 6

Sum of ratios = 5 + 6 = 11

A's share =

A's total share = 350 + 110 = Rs. 460

B's share =

A) Rs. 9580.25 | B) Rs. 10600 |

C) Rs. 10664.15 | D) Rs. 11060.48 |

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

A) Rs. 90500 | B) Rs. 87500 |

C) Rs. 88900 | D) Rs. 90000 |

Explanation:

Ratio of investments for 1 year

=> (P : Q : R) = (2x2 + 2.4x10) : (3x2 + 3.3x10) : (5x12)

=> (P : Q : R) = 28 : 39 : 60

Now R share = 190500 x 60/127 = Rs. 90000.

A) Rs. 9500 | B) Rs. 10600 |

C) Rs. 7500 | D) Rs. 8900 |

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.

A) 500 | B) 600 |

C) 450 | D) 550 |

Explanation:

Let the lent at 5% be 'A'

(A x 5 x 1)/100 + [(1500 - A)x 6 x 1]/100 = 85

5A/100 + 90 – 6A/100 = 85

A/100 = 5

=> A = 500

A) Rs. 1640 | B) Rs. 2500 |

C) Rs. 2160 | D) Rs. 3000 |

Explanation:

=> 60x5 : 36x6 : 75x3

=> 100 : 72 : 75

=> 72/247 x 7410 = Rs. 2160