A) Rs. 45,000 | B) Rs. 50,000 |

C) Rs. 70,000 | D) Rs. 75,000 |

Explanation:

Sekar: Rajeev: jatin = (25000×12+35000×12+45000×12):(35000×24) : (35000×12)

= 1260000 : 840000 : 420000

= 3 : 2 : 1.

Rajeev's Share =Rs.(150000×2/6)

=Rs.50000.

A) Rs. 240 | B) Rs. 75 |

C) Rs. 125 | D) Rs. 354 |

Explanation:

The ratio of A & B investments = (3x8 + 2x4):(4x8 + 5x4)

=> 8:13

=> 8/21 x 630 = 240.

A) A = 48000 B = 40000 C = 30000 | B) A = 30000 B = 40000 C = 48000 |

C) A = 30000 B = 48000 C = 40000 | D) A = 40000 B = 48000 C = 30000 |

Explanation:

Compound ratio of A:B:C

A:B = 3:4

B:C = 5:6

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A:B:C = 15:20:24

We can divide Rs.118000 in this ratio.

Share of A = 15/59 x 118000 = 30000

Share of B = 20/59 x 118000 = 40000

Share of C = 24/59 x 118000 = 48000

A) Rs. 7500 | B) Rs. 4520 |

C) Rs. 8750 | D) Rs. 6350 |

Explanation:

Arun : Varun : Akhil = (20000 x 24) : (15000 x 24) : (20000 x 18) = 4:3:3

B's share = 25000 x 3/10 = Rs. 7500.

A) Rs. 1033.33 | B) Rs. 1024 |

C) Rs. 1148.14 | D) Rs. 1245.32 |

Explanation:

Let

P's capital = p,

Q's capital = q and

R's capital = r.

Then

6p = 8q = 12r

=> 3p = 4q = 6r

=>q = 3p/4

r = 3p/6 = p/2

P : Q : R = p : 3p/4 : p/2

= 4 : 3 : 2

R's share = 4650 * (2/9) = 150*6 = Rs. 1033.33.

A) Only a | B) Only c |

C) Both a & b | D) Data is not sufficient |

Explanation:

a. P's investment = (80000 x 6 + 60000 x 6) = 840000 for 1 month.

b & c. Q's investment = 80% of Rs. 60000 for 8 months.

= Rs.(48000 x 8) for 1 month = 384000 for 1 month

P : Q = 840000 : 384000 = 35 : 16.

But, the total profit is not given, so data is inadequate.