A) Rs 200 | B) Rs 300 |

C) Rs 400 | D) Rs 500 |

Explanation:

Let C = x.

Then B = x/2

and A = x/4

A:B:C = 1:2:4.

C's share Rs.[(4/7)*700) = 400

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

A) Rs. 28,000 | B) Rs. 18,000 |

C) Rs. 14,000 | D) Rs. 8,000 |

Explanation:

Investments ratio is = 3:1

Time period ratio is = 2:1

As they are proportional to gain

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Gain ratio of Vishal and raghu = 6:1

But given Raghu got Rs. 4000,

=? 1 ----- 4000

7 ----- ?

=> Rs.28,000

The total gain = Rs.28,000

A) 11 months | B) 9 months |

C) 7 months | D) 10 months |