# Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Partnership) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day- 79

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1. A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 48000, Rs. 52000 and Rs. 64000. After 5 months, B invested Rs. 8000 more and at the same time C invested Rs. 4000 more. Find the total profit at the end of the year, if the share of B is Rs. 9520?
1. 31674
2. 25672
3. 28728
4. 36789
5. None of these

1. Sree, Subha and Sandra enter into a partnership. Sree invests 3 times as much as Subha’s investment and subha invests 2/5th of Sandra’s investment. If the total profit earned at the end of the year is Rs. 33514, then find the share of Subha?
1. 5156
2. 7680
3. 6768
4. 8890
5. None of these

1. P, Q and R enter into a business by investing in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 7. After 6 months, R withdraws half of his capital. The initial investment of P is Rs. 42000. If the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 98156, then find the share of Q?
1. 31520
2. 28760
3. 40780
4. 37040
5. None of these

1. A certain sum is divided among A, B and C in such a way that A, B and C in such a way that A gets 70 more than half of the sum. B gets 120 less than 3/8 of the sum and C gets Rs.560. Then find the sum?
1. 5130
2. 4080
3. 3360
4. 6740
5. None of these

1. A and B started a business with an investment of Rs. 25000 and Rs. 54000 respectively. After 5 month, C joined with Rs. 48000. If the difference between C’s share and A’s share in the annual profit was Rs. 4500, then find the total profit?
1. 98560
2. 110450
3. 160500
4. 91960
5. None of these

1. A and B invest in a business in the ratio of 5: 8. If 20 % of the total profit goes to Charity and A’s share is Rs. 20000, then the total profit is?
1. 65000
2. 72000
3. 56000
4. 84000
5. None of these

1. Vinitha and Sheema started a business by investing Rs. 20000 and Rs. 28000 respectively. After 6 months, they added Rs. 6000 and Rs. 8000 respectively. 20% of the total profit earned after a year was gave as a donation. After giving donation, the difference between the shares of Vinitha and Sheema is Rs. 4500. Find the total profit earned after a year?
1. 41235
2. 34375
3. 31890
4. 43450
5. None of these

1. Agila and Jothi enter into a partnership by investing Rs. 60000 and Rs. 75000 respectively. At the end of 5 months, Agila withdraw one- third of his initial investment and at the end of 7 months, Jothi withdraw one-fourth of his initial investment and then Saaru entered with a capital of Rs. 65000. If the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 106782, then find the share of Jothi?
1. 46700
2. 56790
3. 50310
4. 49800
5. None of these

1. Priya and Karthika started a business by investing Rs. 18000 and Rs. 21000 respectively. 4 months later, Karthika withdrew her entire money and Shyam and Mala joined the business with investments of Rs. 15000 and Rs. 24000 respectively. If the difference in total shares of Shyam and Mala together and total shares of Priya and Karthika together after a year is Rs. 1500, then find the total profit?
1. 65800
2. 71200
3. 76400
4. 76500
5. None of these

1. A, B and C entered into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 5 : 7 :8. At the end of the year, the total profit is in the ratio of 15 : 14 : 14. Find the ratio of period of time they invested in the business?
1. 12 : 8 : 7
2. 10 : 5 : 6
3. 11 : 7 : 6
4. 9 : 5 : 4
5. None of these

The share of A, B and C is,

= > [48000*12] : [52000*5 + 60000*7] : [64000*5 + 68000*7]

= > 576000 : 680000 : 796000

= > 144 : 170 : 199

B’s share = Rs. 9520

170’s = 9520/170 = 56

Total profit = 513’s = 56*513 = Rs. 28728

The investment of Sree and Subha = 3 : 1

Subha’s investment = (2/5)* Sandra’s investment

The investment of Subha and Sandra = 2 : 5

The investment of Sree, Subha and Sandra = 6 : 2 : 5

Here, the period is not given. So,

The ratio of investment = The ratio of profit

Total profit = Rs. 33514

13’s = 33514

1’s = 2578

The share of Subha = 2’s = Rs. 5156

The investment ratio of P, Q and R = 3: 5: 7

The initial investment of P = Rs. 42000

3’s = 42000

1’s = 14000

Initial investment of Q = 70000

Initial investment of R = 98000

The share of P, Q and R

= > [42000*12]: [70000*12]: [98000*6 + 49000*6]

= > 504000: 840000: 882000

= > 12: 20: 21

Total profit = Rs. 98156

53’s = 98156

1’s = 1852

The share of Q = 20’s = 20*1852 = Rs. 37040

Let the sum be X,

X = A + B + C

A = (1/2)*X + 70 = (X/2) + 70

B = (3/8)*X – 120 = (3X/8) – 120

C = 560

According to the question,

X = (X/2) + 70 + (3X/8) – 120 + 560

X – (X/2) – (3X/8) = 510

(X/8) = 510

X = Rs. 4080

The share of A, B and C,

= > [25000*12]: [54000*12]: [48000*7]

= > 300000: 648000: 336000

= > 25: 54: 28

C’s – A’s = Rs. 4500

3’s = 4500

1’s = 1500

Total profit = 107’s = 1500*107 = Rs. 160500

The investment ratio of A and B = 5: 8

Here, the period is not given. So,

The ratio of investment = The ratio of profit

A’s share = Rs. 20000

5’s = 20000

1’s = 4000

13’s = 52000

80 % of total profit = 52000

Total profit = 52000*(100/80) = Rs. 65000

The share of Vinitha and Sheema

= > [20000*6 + 26000*6] : [28000*6 + 36000*6]

= > 276000: 384000

= > 23: 32

The difference between the shares of Vinay and Sheela = Rs. 4500

(32’s – 23’s) = 4500

9’s = 4500

1’s = 500

55’s = 27500

80 % of total profit = Rs. 27500

Total profit = 27500*(100/80) = Rs. 34375

The share of Agila, Jothi and Saaru,

= > [60000*5 + 60000*(2/3)*7]: [75000*7 + 75000*(3/4)*5]: [65000*5]

= > 580000: 806250: 325000

= > 464: 645: 260

Total profit = Rs. 106782

1369’s = 106782

1’s = 78

The share of Jothi = 645’s = Rs. 50310

The share of Priya, Karthika, Shyam and Mala,

= > [18000*12]: [21000*4]: [15000*8]: [24000*8]

= > 216000: 84000: 120000: 192000

= > 18: 7: 10: 16

The difference in total shares of Santhiya and Mala together and total shares of Priya and Karthika together after a year = Rs. 1500

= > (10 + 16)’s – (18 + 7)’s = 1500

= > 26’s – 25’s = 1500

= > 1’s = 1500

Total profit = 51’s = 1500*51= Rs. 76500

The ratio of investment = 5 : 7 : 8

The ratio of profit = 15 : 14 : 14

Ratio of investment * Ratio of Period = The ratio of Profit

Ratio of Period = The ratio of Profit/ Ratio of investment

According to the question,

= > (15/5): (14/7): (14/8)

= > 3: 2: (7/4)

= > 12: 8 : 7

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