Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Partnership) for SBI Clerk/PO Mains 2018 Day-138

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  1. P, Q and R started a business with investments of Rs. 12000, Rs. 15000 and Rs. 18000 respectively. After 8 months from the start of the business, Q and R invested additional amounts in the ratio of 3: 5 respectively. If at the end of the year, the ratio of share of P and Q was 3: 4, then what was the additional amount invested by Q after 8 months?
  1. Rs. 1500
  2. Rs. 1800
  3. Rs. 2100
  4. Rs. 3000
  5. None of these
  1. A, B and C entered into a partnership by investing Rs. 30000, Rs. 25000 and Rs. 40000 respectively. After 4 months, A withdraws two-fifth of the amount and B invested Rs. 15000 more. And after 3 months C withdraws three-fifth of the amount. Find the total profit at the end of the year, if the share of B is Rs. 70000?
  1. Rs. 174000
  2. Rs. 188000
  3. Rs. 172000
  4. Rs. 164000
  5. None of these
  1. Karthi, Prakash and Vasanth enter into a Partnership with investment in the ratio of (3/2): (8/5): (5/3). After six months, Karthi increases his share by 40%. If the total profit at the end of the year be Rs. 136800, then what will be the share of Prakash in the profit?
  1. Rs. 41500
  2. Rs. 42800
  3. Rs. 43200
  4. Rs. 38900
  5. None of these
  1. P, Q and R invested in the ratio of 4: 7: 9. After 5 months, P invested Rs. 2500 more. And after 3 months, R withdraws Rs. 3000. Find the share of Q, if the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 89500?
  1. Rs. 32500
  2. Rs. 29400
  3. Rs. 36800
  4. Rs. 34300
  5. None of these
  1. Rahul, Vinay and Prabhu started a business by investing in the ratio of 4: 7: 9. After 5 months, Rahul invested Rs. 15000 more and after 4 months, Vinay invested Rs. 10000 more. At the end of the year, their profits are in the ratio of 39: 58: 72. Find the initial investment of Vinay?
  1. Rs. 65000
  2. Rs. 72000
  3. Rs. 78000
  4. Rs. 70000
  5. None of these
  1. P, Q and R started a business by investing Rs. 27000, Rs. 35000 and Rs. 42000 respectively. After 6 months, P withdraws half of his investment but Q invested 20 % of initial investment more. Find the share of R, if the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 84630?
  1. Rs. 31750
  2. Rs. 35280
  3. Rs. 33560
  4. Rs. 30270
  5. None of these 
  1. A starts a business with a capital of Rs. 25000. B joins the business 5 months after the start of the business and C joins the business after 8 months. At the end of the year their respective shares is in ratio of 30: 21: 16. What is the sum of amount invested by B and C together?
  1. Rs. 70000
  2. Rs. 68000
  3. Rs. 74000
  4. Rs. 65000
  5. None of these
  1. Praveen and Raghav started a business by investing Rs. 24000 and Rs. 36000 respectively. Praveen is a working partner and Raghav is a sleeping partner in a business. Praveen receives 10 % of profits for managing the business. Find the share of Praveen, if the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 50000?
  1. Rs. 24000
  2. Rs. 21000
  3. Rs. 23000
  4. Rs. 27000
  5. None of these
  1. Rajesh, Yuvaraj and Dhinesh started the business by investing in the ratio of 7: 5: 6. 20 % of the profit goes to charity; the remaining will be shared by three of them. The share of Yuvaraj is Rs. 30000. Find the total profit?
  1. Rs. 116000
  2. Rs. 135000
  3. Rs. 124000
  4. Rs. 142000
  5. None of these
  1. A starts a business with a capital of Rs. 15000. B joins the business after 6 months and C joins the business after 9 months. At the end of the year, their respective shares were in ratio of 8: 4: 3. What is the sum of amount invested in the business by B and C together?
  1. Rs. 37500
  2. Rs. 24000
  3. Rs. 28000
  4. Rs. 22000
  5. None of these

Answers:

1). Answer: d

Let the ratio additional amount of Q and R be 3x and 5x,

The ratio of profit of A: B: C

= [12000*12]: [15000*8 + (15000 + 3x) *4]: [18000*8 + (18000 + 5x) *4]

= 144000: (120000 + 60000 +12x): (144000+ 72000 + 20x)

The ratio of share of P and Q = 3: 4

144000/(180000+ 12x) = (3/4)

192000 = 180000 + 12x

12000 = 12x

x = 1000

Q’s additional investment after 8 months = 3x = 3*1000 = Rs. 3000

2). Answer: a

The share of A, B and C

= > [30000*4 + 30000*(3/5)*8]: [25000*4 + 40000*8]: [40000*7 + 40000*(2/5)*5]

= > 264000: 420000: 360000

= > 22: 35: 30

35’s = 70000

1’s = 2000

Total profit = 87’s = 87*2000 = Rs. 174000

3). Answer: c

The investment ratio = (3/2): (8/5): (5/3)

= > 45: 48: 50

The share of Karthi, Prakash and Vasanth

= > [45*6 + 45*(140/100)*6]: [48*12]: [50*12]

= > 648: 576: 600

= > 27: 24: 25

Total profit = Rs. 136800

76’s = 136800

1’s = 1800

The share of Prakash = 24’s = Rs. 43200

4). Answer: b

The share of P, Q and R,

= > [4x*5 + (4x + 2500)*7]: [7x*12]: [9x*8 + (9x – 3000)*4]

= > [20x + 28x + 17500]: 84x: [72x + 36x – 12000]

Total profit = 89500

20x + 28x + 17500 + 84x + 72x + 36x – 12000 = 89500

240x + 5500 = 89500

240x = 84000

X = 350

The share of Q = 84x = Rs. 29400

5). Answer: d

The share of Rahul, Vinay and Prabhu

[4x*5 + (4x + 15000)*7]: [7x*9 + (7x + 10000)*3]: [9x*12] = 39: 58: 72

(20x + 28x + 105000]: [63x + 21x + 30000]: [108x] = 39: 58: 72

(48x + 105000): (84x + 30000): 108x = 39: 58: 72

(84x + 30000)/108x = (58/72)

84x + 30000 = 87x

3x = 30000

X = 10000

Initial investment of Vinay = 7x = Rs. 70000

6). Answer: b

The share of P, Q and R

= > [27000*6 + 13500*6]: [35000*6 + 35000*(120/100)*6]: [42000*12]

= > 243000: 462000: 504000

= > 81: 154: 168

403’s = 84630

1’s = 210

The share of R = 168’s = Rs. 35280

7). Answer: a

Let the initial investment of B and C be x and y,

Ratios of profits = >

[25000*12]: [7x]: [4y] = 30: 21: 16

30’s = 25000*12

1’s = 10000

21’s = 210000

16’s = 160000

Capital of B

= > 7x = 210000

= > x = Rs. 30000

Capital of C

= > 4y = 160000

= > y = 160000/4 = Rs. 40000

Total Money invested by B and C = 30000 + 40000 = Rs. 70000

8). Answer: c

The share of Praveen and Raghav

= > 24000: 36000

= > 2: 3

Praveen receives 10 % of profits for managing the business.

= > 50000*(10/100) = 5000

Remaining = 50000 – 5000 = 45000

5’s = 45000

1’s = 9000

The share of Praveen = 5000 + 18000 = Rs. 23000

9). Answer: b

The ratio of investment of Rajesh, Yuvaraj and Dhinesh

= > 7: 5: 6

5’s = 30000

1’s = 6000

18’s = 108000

80 % of total profit = 108000

(80/100)*Total profit = 108000

Total profit = 108000*(100/80) = Rs. 135000

10). Answer: a

The share of A, B and C = [15000*12]: 6B: 3C = 8: 4: 3

Capital of B

(15000*12)/6B = 8/4

=>B = 15000

Capital of C

(15000*12)/3C = 8/3

=>C= 22500

Total Money invested = 15000 + 22500 = Rs. 37500

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