Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Partnership) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-27

Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Partnership) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-27:

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1) Shamili and Kamal enter into a business with the capital of Rs.5000 and y% of Shamili’s capital respectively. After 5 months, Shamili and kamal sheds their capital by 20%, find the value of ‘y’ if the profit received by Shamili and Kamal is Rs.5000 and Rs.6000 respectively

  1. 120%
  2. 100%
  3. 80%
  4. 150%
  5. 125%

2) A and B invests Rs.12000 and three-fifth of A’s capital in a business respectively. After some months B left the business and again another 3 months later, C joins with them with four-fifth of B’s capital. At the end of a year total profit is divided in the ratio of 5:1:1 then find how many months B in the business

  1. 3 months
  2. 8 months
  3. 5 months
  4. 6 months
  5. 4 months

3) Ramu and Ranjith enter into a business with a capital of Rs.1200 and Rs.3200 respectively. A increases his capital by Rs.600 at the end of every 3 months and B increases his capital by Rs.800 at the end of every 4 months. What is the profit ratio at the end of a year?

  1. 21:41
  2. 20:41
  3. 21:43
  4. 1:2
  5. None of these

4) P, Q and R enter into a partnership with a capital of Rs.360, Rs.180 and Rs.240 respectively. After 3 months all of them increased 10% of their capital. And After another 3 months, all they reduced by 20% of their capital. Find the total profit if Q received two-third of total profit

  1. Rs.240
  2. Rs.150
  3. Rs.280
  4. Data insufficient
  5. None of these

5) P, Q and R start a business with the capital of Rs.2000, Rs.3000 and Rs.5000. After some months Q left the business and after another 3 months R also left the business. Find how many months Q in the business if their profit ratio is 8:3:10

  1. 2 months
  2. 4 months
  3. 3 months
  4. 6 months
  5. 7 months

6) A invests two-fifth of the capital for 4 months, B invests two-fifth of the capital for 5 months and C invests remaining capital in remaining months. If the share is divided equally, then whose loss percentage is maximum?  

  1. A-20%
  2. B-30%
  3. A-25%
  4. B-15%
  5. C-35%

7) A invests three-fifth of the capital for three-fifth of the months, B invest one-fourth of the remaining capital for one-fourth of the remaining month and C invests the remaining capital for remaining months. Find the share of A if the total profit of Rs. 55200

  1. Rs.36400
  2. Rs.43200
  3. Rs.39000
  4. Rs.27500
  5. Rs.32500

8) A and B enter into a partnership with the capital of Rs.2000 and X% of A’s capital respectively. After 4 months, A and B invest additional amount of Rs.2000 and Rs.3000 respectively, find the value of ‘x’ if A received 10/19 of total profit

  1. 75%
  2. 25%
  3. 120%
  4. 50%
  5. 20%

9) Kalai, Pavi and Shruthi enter into a business with the capitals are in the ratio of 4:5:6. After 3 months Kalai, Pavi and Shruthi increased their capital by 10%, 20% and 25% respectively. What is the difference between the share of Pavi and Kalai if the total profit of Rs. 6870?

  1. Rs.580
  2. Rs.1730
  3. Rs.2300
  4. Rs. 2850
  5. Rs.230

10) A and B enter into a partnership with the capitals are in the ratio of 4:5. After some months C joins with them at x% of B’s capital and received two-seventh of total profit. At the end of a year total profit Rs. 8100, in how many months C in the business

  1. 5 months
  2. 4 months
  3. 7 months
  4. Data insufficient
  5. None of these

Explanation:

1) Answer a

Lets take capital of Kamal be x

Given,

(5000*5+5000*4/5*7): (x*5+x*4/5*7)= 5000: 6000

Simplify the above equation, we get x= 6000

Required percentage = 6000/5000 *100=120%

2) Answer e

Given,

12000*12: 7200*x: 5760*(12-(x+3)) = 5:1:1

144000/ 7200x = 5/1

Simplify the above equation, we get x=4 months

3) Answer e

Given,

Profit ratio of Ramu and Ranjith

=(1200*3 + 1800* 3 + 2400* 3 + 3000*3) : (3200*4 +4000*4 + 4800 *4)

= 25200: 48000=21:40

4) Answer d

The given data is insufficient to answer the question

5) Answer c

Profit ratio = (2000*12): (3000*x): (5000*(12-(x+3))) = 8:3:10

Profit ratio of P and Q = (2000*12): (3000*x) =8:3

Simplify the above equation, we get x= 3 months

6) Answer b

Profit percentage of A, B and C = (2/5*4): (2/5*5) : (1/5 *3)=8:10:3

Profit ratio (equal) =1:1:1

Required percentage = {(10/21 – 1/3)/ (10/21)} *100 =30 %

If the share is divided equally, then B has 30 % loss.

7) Answer b

Given,

Profit ratio of A, B and C

= (3/5*3/5) : (1/10*1/10) : (3/10*3/10)

= 36:1:9

A’s share = 36/46 *55200 =Rs.43200

8) Answer d

Let’s take capital of B be x.

A and B’s profit ratio = (2000*4+4000*8): (x*4+(x+3000)*8)= 10:9

Simplify the above equation, we get x= 1000

Required percentage =1000/2000 *100=50%

9) Answer a

Let us assume kalai, pavi and shruthi’s initial capital as, 4000, 5000 and 6000.

Profit ratio of Kalai, Pavi and Shruthi

= (4000*3+4400*9): (5000*3+6000*9): (6000*3+7500*9)

=172:230:285

Required difference = (58/687)*6870=Rs. 580

10) Answer d

The given data is insufficient to answer the given question.

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