A) Rs. 7500 | B) Rs. 8000 |

C) Rs. 8500 | D) Rs. 9000 |

Explanation:

Let B's capital be Rs. *x*.

Then,

=> 14*x* = 126000

*=> x* = 9000.

A) Rs. 13,204 | B) Rs. 14,521 |

C) Rs. 12,800 | D) Rs. 15,000 |

Explanation:

Given share of L is 2/7 th of profit. Then, their profits are divided in to 5:2 ratio.

Ratio of K and L is

x = Rs. 12,800.

A) 7 months | B) 8 months |

C) 3 months | D) 4 months |

Explanation:

we can assume that Amar join into business after x months. So Amar money was invest into (12 – x ) months.

912000 = 114000 ( 12 – x ) = 114 ( 12 – x ) = 912 x = 4

After 4 months amar join the business.

A) 8 months | B) 6 months |

C) 7 months | D) 9 months |

Explanation:

Suppose B joined for x months.

Given profit is divided in the ratio 3:1. Then,

x = 8 months.

A) Only a is sufficient | B) Neither a nor b is sufficient |

C) Only b is sufficient | D) Both a and b sufficient |

Explanation:

Given Pranay's profit in the share is Rs. 8750

But given that their investments are in the ratio 2:4:7

= 8750

P = 16250

Now Anand's share = =Rs.5000

Thus both staements a and b are sufficient to answer this question.

A) Rs. 5422 | B) Rs. 5489 |

C) Rs. 4511 | D) Rs. 6145 |

Explanation:

Now as per question, Karan invested for 12 months and Satish invested for 7 months.

So

Karan:Satish = (29000*12):(18000*7)

= 348:126

= 58:21

Satish Ratio in profit will be

=(16970 )=Rs. 4511