A and B entered into partnership with capitals in the ratio 4 : 5. After 3 months, A
withdrew of his capital and B withdrew of his capital. The gain at the end of 10
months was Rs. 760. A's share in this profit is:
A, B and C enter into a partnership. A initially invests Rs.25 lakhs and adds another
Rs.10 lakhs after one year. B initially invests Rs.35 lakhs and withdraws Rs.10
lakhs after 2 years and C invests Rs.30 lakhs. In what ratio should the profits be
divided at the end of 3 years?
A and B started a business jointly. A’s investment was thrice the investment of B
and the perkod of his investment was two times the period of investment of B. If B
received Rs.4000 as profit, then their total profit is :
Suppose B invested Rs. x for y months. Then, A invested $Rs.3x$ for $2y$ months.
So, $A : B = (3x × 2y) : (x × y) = 6xy : xy = 6 : 1$
So, B’s profit : total profit = 1 : 7
Let the total profit be Rs.$ x$ Then, $1\over 7$ = $4000\over x$ or $x = 28000$
A, B and C started a shop by investing Rs.27,000, Rs.72,000 and Rs.81,000
respectively. At the end of the year, the profits were distributed among them. If C’s
share of profit be Rs.36,000, then the total profit was :
Let the total profit be Rs. z. Then,
B’s share = Rs. $2z \over 3$, A's share = Rs. [z - $2x\over 3$] = Rs.$z \over 3$
So, A : B = $z \over 3 $ : $2z \over 3$ = 1 : 2
Let the total capital be Rs. x and suppose B’s money was used for x months. Then,
[ ($1\over 4$)$ x \times$15]$ /$ [($3\over4$)$x \times y$] = $1 \over 2$
y = [ $ 15\times 2 \over 3$] = 10
Thus, B’s money was used for 10 months.