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Question 1 of 15
P, Q and R entered into a business for 10 months, 1 year and 8 months respectively. P and Q earn a profit of Rs 32,250 and Rs 30,100 respectively from the total profit of Rs 105350 after one year. If ‘R’ invest Rs 3,75,000 initially then find the difference between investment of P and Q.
Question 2 of 15
Ankit started a business investing Rs. 18000. He keeps on investing an additional Rs 4000 at end of every month until 3 months. After three months Pankaj joined him with an amount of Rs. 60000 & Ankit did not invest any additional amount after it. Find the difference between their shares in profit, if the sum of their profit at the end of the years is Rs. 17155.
Question 3 of 15
A, B and C together starts a business. B invested 25% more amount than A as well as 100/3% less amount than ‘C’. If ratio of profit sharing of A, B and C is 8 : 15 : 25, then find for what time ‘A’ invested if C invested for 20 months.
Question 4 of 15
Three years ago, average age of ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ is 27 years. Four years hence, ratio of A and C’s age is 7 : 10. If B is 6 years younger than C, then find present age of ‘A’?
Question 5 of 15
Ankita father’s age is two times more than her present age and age of Ankita’s mother is 12 years more than average of Ankita and her father’s age. If four years ago average age of all three was 32 years, then find the ratio between Ankita mother’s age and Ankita father’s age four years hence?
Question 6 of 15
The average age of Satish, sandy & Abhi is 32 years and the ratio of their ages 10 years ago was 2 : 4 : 5 respectively . Find the present age of Satish?
Question 7 of 15
Arun, Bhavya & Ashu entered into a partnership, ratio of investment of Arun & Bhavya is 4 : x and ratio of investment of Bhavya & Ashu is 3 : 4. If at the end of two years Ashu receives Rs 1850 as profit out of total profit Rs 3700. Then find the value of x?
Question 8 of 15
Archit and Sandy enter into a business by investing in ratio 2 : 3 and the ratio of time period for which they invested is 4 : 5 respectively. If profit earned by Sandy is Rs. 420 more than the profit earned by Archit then find the total profit earned by Archit and Sandy both ?
Question 9 of 15
The age of Abhishek is 3/4th of the age of Ayush. The age of Ayush is 11 years more than the average age of his two sons whose total age is 50 years. Then find the difference of age of Abhishek and Ayush ?
Question 10 of 15
The sum of the ages of mother and daughter is 65 years. 10 years ago the product of their ages was 5 times the age of mother at that time. Then find the ratio of the present age of mother to the present age of daughter(age of mother is greater than 30 years).
Question 11 of 15
The age of father is 4 times the age of his son. 5 years ago, the age of son was 1/5th times of his father age. Find the present age of son.
Question 12 of 15
Three persons P, Q and R started a business by investing in the ratio of After 5 months, Q increases his investment by 2/3rd of his initial amount. At the end of one year, the difference between the profit shares of P and R is Rs. 1,350 then find the profit share of Q.
Question 13 of 15
Average age of all the employees in a company is 32 years. 60% of the employees in the company are female and the ratio of the average age of all female to average age of all male employees is 6 : 7. Find the average age of all the male employees if there are total 50 employees in the company.
Question 14 of 15
P invested 25% more than the capital of Q and Q invested 20% less than the capital of R. If the time period of investment of all three is equal and the sum of profit shares of P and Q is Rs. 4,050 then find the profit share of R.
Question 15 of 15
Present age of mother age is 3 times the present age of his son, 5 years hence mother age will be 5/2 times the age of his son. After 10 years from now mother age will be how many times of age of his son at that time.