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1Basic Maths Mcqs17Arithmetic Mcqs
2Average Mcqs18Boats and Streams
3Compound Interest19Areas
4Height and Distance Mcqs20Discount Mcqs
5Men Food Mcqs21interest Mcqs
6Mixtures and Allegations22Mensuration
7Partnership23Odd Man Out Series Mcqs
8Pipes and Cisterns24Volumes
9Permutations and Combinations25Probability
10Problems on L.C.M and H.C.F26Problems on Numbers
12Races and Games28Ratio and Proportion
13Simple Equations29Simplification and Approximation
14Stocks and Shares Mcqs30Time & Distance Mcqs
15Time and Work Mcqs31Volume and Surface Area Mcqs
16Percentage Mcqs

171. A, B and C are entered into a partnership. A invested Rs.6500 for 6 months, B invested Rs.8400 for 5 months and C invested for Rs.10000 for 3 months. A is a working partner and gets 5% of the total profit for the same. Find the share of C in a total profit of Rs.7400.

A. 1750
B. 1900
C. 8600
D. 10300

172. A, B and C are partners in a business. Their capitals are respectively, Rs.5000, Rs.6000 and Rs.4000. A gets 30% of the total profit for managing the business. The remaining profit is divided among three in the ratio of their capitals. In the end of the year, the profit of A is Rs.200 more than the sum of the profits of B and C. Find the total profit.

A. Rs.4500
B. Rs.5200
C. Rs.1800
D. Rs.3000

173. If 6 (A’s capital) = 8 (B’s capital) = 10 (C’s capital). Then the ratio of their capitals is:

A. 3:4:5
B. 12:15:20
C. 20:15:12
D. 6:8:10

174. A, B, C together started a business. A invested Rs.6000 for 5 months B invested Rs.3600 for 6 months and C Rs.7500 for 3 months. If they get a total profit of Rs.7410. Find the share of A?

A. Rs.3750
B. Rs.3000
C. Rs.3200
D. Rs.2160

175. A starts business with a capital of Rs.1200 B and C join with some investments after 3 and 6 months respectively. If the end of a year, the profit is divided in the ratio 2:3:5 respectively. What is B’s investment in the business?

A. Rs.2400
B. Rs.1800
C. Rs.3600
D. Rs.6000

176. A and B began business with Rs.3000 and Rs.4000 after 8 months, A withdraws Rs.1000 and B advances Rs.1000 more. At the end of the year, their profits amounted to Rs.630 find the share of A.

A. Rs.240
B. Rs.350
C. Rs.340
D. Rs.390

177. A and B enter into partnership with capital as 7:9. At the end of 8 months, A withdraws. If they receive the profits in the ratio of 8:9 find how long B’s capital was used?

A. 6 months
B. 8 months
C. 10 months
D. 7 months

178. A and B entered into a partnership investing Rs.25000 and Rs.30000 respectively. After 4 months C also joined the business with an investment of Rs.35000. What is the share of C in an annual profit of Rs.47000?

A. Rs.18000
B. Rs.15000
C. Rs.17000
D. Rs.14000

179. A, B, C and D enter into partnership. A subscribes 1/3 of the capital B 1/4, C 1/5 and D the rest. How much share did A get in a profit of Rs.2460?

A. Rs.480
B. Rs.615
C. Rs.820
D. Rs.740

180. John started a business investing Rs. 70,000. Daniel joined him after six months with an amount of Rs. 1,05,000 and Jerry joined them with Rs. 1.4 lakhs after another six months. The amount of profit earned should be distributed in what ratio among John, Daniel and Jerry respectively, 3 years after John started the business?

A. 7:6:10
B. 12:15:16
C. 42:45:56
D. Cannot be determined