# Partnership Question & Answers

## Partnership

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Simran started a software business by investing Rs. 50,000. After six months, Nanda joined her with a capital of Rs. 80,000. After 3 years, they earned a profit of Rs. 24,500. What was Simran's share in the profit ?

A) 10110 | B) 10500 |

C) 12000 | D) 13000 |

Explanation:

Simran : Nanda = (50000 * 36) : (80000 * 30) = 3 : 4.

Simran's share = Rs. ( 24500 * 3/7) = Rs. 10500.

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Subject: Partnership - Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability

If 4 (A's capital) = 6 (B's capital) = 10 (C's capital), then out of a profit of Rs. 4650, C will receive ____

A) Rs.700 | B) Rs.800 |

C) Rs.900 | D) Rs.1000 |

Explanation:

Let 4A = 6B = 1OC = k. Then, A = k/4, B = k/6, and C =k/10 .

A : B :C = k/4 : k/6 : k/10 = 15 : 10 : 6.

Hence, C's share (4650 * 6/31) = Rs, 900.

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Subject: Partnership - Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability

A, B and C enter into a partnership and their shares are in the ratio 1/2 : 1/3 : 1/4. After 2 months, A withdraws half of his capital and after 10 months, a profit of Rs. 378 is divided among them. What is B's share ?

A) 144 | B) 169 |

C) 225 | D) 339 |

Explanation:

Ratio of initial investments = 1/2 : 1/3 : 1/4 = 6 : 4 : 3.

Let their initial investments be 6x, 2x and 3x respectively.

A : B : C = (6x * 2 + 3x * 10) : (4x * 12) : (3x * 12) = 42 : 48 : 36 = 7 : 8 : 6.

B's share = = Rs. 144.

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Subject: Partnership - Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability

A and B started a business jointly A's investment was thrice the investment of B and the period of his investment was two times the period of investment of B. If B received Rs. 4000 as profit, then their total profit is :

A) 22000 | B) 28000 |

C) 32000 | D) 36000 |

Explanation:

Suppose **B** invested Rs. x for y months. Then, A invested Rs. 3x for 2y months.

So, A : B = (3x * 2y) : (x * y) = 6xy : xy = 6 : 1.

B's profit : Total profit = 1 : 7.

Let the total profit be Rs. x Then, 1/7 = 4000/x or x = 28000.

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Subject: Partnership - Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability

Aman started a business investing Rs. 70,000. Rakhi joined him after six months with an amount of Rs. 1,05,000 and Sagar joined them with Rs. 1.4 lakhs after another six months. The amount of profit earned should be distributed in what ratio among Aman, Rakhi and Sagar respectively, 3 years after Aman started the business ?

A) 11 : 13 : 15 | B) 11 : 13 : 17 |

C) 12 : 17 : 18 | D) 12 : 15 :16 |

Explanation:

Aman : Rakhi : Sagar = (70000 x 36) : (105000 x 30) : (140000 x 24) = 12 : 15 : 16.

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Subject: Partnership - Quantitative Aptitude - Arithmetic Ability