Ram and Raj started a business investing Rs.200000 and Rs.50000 respectively. In what ratio should they divide the profit earned?
Correct Option - CExplanation
The profits are divided in proportion to the investments.
200000:50000 = 4:1
A and B enter into a partnership investing equal amounts. A doubled his capital after a year while B withdrew his capital after 1.5 years. Find the ratio of profit share after 2 years.
Correct Option - AExplanation
1.5 years = 18 months
Let the amount invested by them be Rs.x
A:B = [(x*12)+(2x*12)]:[x*18]
A, B and C invest Rs.50000, Rs.30000 and Rs.20000 in a business respectively. If the profit earned is Rs. 20000, find C’s share of the profit.
Share of Profits between A, B and C is in the ratio 5:3:2
C’s share = (2/10) * 20000 = Rs.4000
A and B invest Rs.50000 and Rs.75000 in a business respectively. B withdraws the amount after 8 months. If the profit earned after a year is Rs. 30000, find B’s share of the
Share of Profits between A and B is in the ratio
50000*12:75000*8 = 1:1
B’s share = ½ * 30000 = RS.15000
A and B invest Rs.150000 and Rs.200000 in a business respectively. A withdraws an amount of Rs.50000 after 6 months. B withdraws an amount of Rs.50000 after 8 months. If the profit earned is Rs. 74000, find A’s share of the profit.
A:B = [(150000*6)+(100000*6)] :
A's share = (15/37)*74000 = Rs.30000
Arun started a company investing Rs. 200000. After 8 months, Varun joined him with a capital of Rs. 120000. After 2 years, they earned a profit of Rs. 42000, what is Varun’s share of the profit?
Correct Option - BExplanation
Profits of Arun and Varun are in the ratio
200000*24:120000*16 = 5:2
= (2/7) * 42000 = Rs.1200
A, B and C invest Rs.50000, Rs.75000 and Rs.125000 in a business respectively. The profit earned is Rs.20000. Find the profit share of B.
Ratio of the shares of A, B and C
B’s share of profit
= (3/10) * 20000