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1. Ravi, Ram and Raj together started a business in partnership. The ratio of their capitals is 4:5:9.If their annual profit be Rs. 30600/-. What will be Raj’s share in this profit?

A. Rs. 8500/- B. Rs. 6800/- 
C. Rs. 15030/- D. Rs. 15,300/-

2. A, B and C invested Rs. 27000/-, Rs. 35000/- and Rs. 14000/- respectively in a business. At theend of year, they earn a profit of Rs 5320/-. B’s share of profit is:

A. Rs. 2540/-  B. Rs. 2450/-
C. Rs. 2045/- D. Rs. 2504/-

3. Amar started a business investing Rs. 34000/-. After 3 months, Vamsi joined him with a capital of Rs. 40000/-. At the end of the year, they make a profit of Rs. 17040/-. What will be Amar’s share in the profit?

A. Rs. 9025/-  B. Rs. 9052.5/-  
C. Rs. 9502.5/- D. None of these

4. A, B, C subscribe Rs. 50000/- for a business. A subscribes Rs. 4000/- more than B and B Rs. 5000/- more than C. out of a total profit of Rs. 35,000/- A receives:

A. Rs. 8400/-   B. Rs. 11900/-   
C. Rs. 13600/- D. Rs. 14700/-

5. A, B and C start a business, each investing Rs. 30,000/-. After 4 months A withdrew Rs. 10,000/-, B Rs. 6,000/- and C invested Rs 8000/- more. At the end of the year,  a total profit of Rs. 69,000/-was recorded. What is the share of B?

A. Rs. 25000/-  B. Rs. 21,600/-  
C. Rs. 21,000/-   D. Rs. 21,200/-

6. A, B and C enter in partnership. A invests some money at the beging, B invests double the amount after 6 months and C invests thrice the amount after 8 months. If the annual profit be Rs 39,000/-, C’s Share is:

A. Rs. 12655/-   B. Rs. 13,000/-
C. Rs. 9000/-   D. Rs. 10800/-

7. A, B and C entered into a partnership. A invested Rs. 2,560/- and B invested Rs. 1105/-, out of which A got Rs 320. C’s capital was

A. Rs. 2840/-    B. Rs. 4028/- 
C. Rs. 4280/-      D. Rs.4820/-

8. Ravi, Ramu and Raja are three partners in business. If Ravi’s capital is equal to twice Ramu’s capital and Ramu’s capital is three times Raja’s capital, the ratio of the capitals of Ravi, Ramu, Raja is

A. 2:1:3  B. 1:2:6                    
C. 6:3:1 D. 1:3:6

9. Three partners A, B, C in a business invested money such that 5(A’s capital) = 7(B’s capital) = 9(C’s capital) then, The ratio of their capitals is

A. 63 : 45 : 34    B. 63 : 54 : 34
C. 36 : 54 : 28  D. 63 : 45 : 35 

10. P, Q, R enter into partnership and their capitals are in the proportion 1/3 : 1/4 : 1/5. P withdraws half his capital at the end od 4 months. Out of total annual profit of Rs. 8470/-, P’s share is:

A. Rs. 2520/-        B. Rs. 2800/-         
C. Rs. 3150/- D. Rs. 4120/-




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