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) 12,421 | B) 9,423 |

C) 11,600 | D) 10,500 |

Explanation:

The ratio of their investments:

50000x36 : 80000x30 = 3 : 4

Simran's share of profit = (24500x3/7) = Rs.10,500.

A) Rs.2010 | B) Rs.2200 |

C) Rs.2000 | D) Rs.2100 |

Explanation:

Let money invested by Raghu = Rs. x

Money invested by Trishul = 9/10 x = 0.9x

Money invested by Vishal = 9/10x * 110/100 = 0.99x

Also, x+0.9x+0.99x = 5780

= x= 5780/2.89 = 2000

Therefore, amount invested by Raghu is Rs. 2000.

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.