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Ratio Class - 17(Partnership - 1)

## Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Bharat Gupta
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thanks sir... waiting for nxt 👉
I feel this solution is wrong. Because while calculating the ratio, we are considering the amount withstanding after first 6 months and then second 6 months. So after 1st 6 months the ratio of amount withstanding is 2:4:8. So this is the profit for 1st 6 months. Now after the first 6 months, the investments for the 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 3:4:-2. So now net amount withstanding after 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 5:8:6. That means the profit for the 2nd 6 months in also in the ratio 5:8:6. Now we will simply add the two profits to find the net profit after 1 year. So net profit after 1 year is in the ratio 7:12:14. So the actual answer should be 7:12:14. Isnt it ?? @ Bharat Gupta . Please correct me if I am wrong.
Vishal gupta
a year ago
I think you are wrong, Sir calculation is right.
Sir in 2 question B invested same amount as before then it should be 4 for next 6 months rather than 8 for next 6 months Correct me if i m going wrong somewhere?
I feel this solution is wrong. Because while calculating the ratio, we are considering the amount withstanding after first 6 months and then second 6 months. So after 1st 6 months the ratio of amount withstanding is 2:4:8. So this is the profit for 1st 6 months. Now after the first 6 months, the investments for the 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 3:4:-2. So now net amount withstanding after 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 5:8:6. That means the profit for the 2nd 6 months in also in the ratio 5:8:6. Now we will simply add the two profits to find the net profit after 1 year. So net profit after 1 year is in the ratio 7:12:14. So the actual answer should be 7:12:14.
Pawan joshi
4 months ago
I think lots of answer are incorrect in this series ... bro u are correct .....
Question is - A and B invested Rs 1000 and Rs 2000 to start a business. further A invested Rs 100 additionally at the end of every month and B withdraw Rs 100 at the end of every month. Find the ratio in which their profit is divided at the end of one year.
2 years ago
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Sir, kindly explain 2nd problem, I am actually not getting it. Thanks
I feel this solution is wrong. Because while calculating the ratio, we are considering the amount withstanding after first 6 months and then second 6 months. So after 1st 6 months the ratio of amount withstanding is 2:4:8. So this is the profit for 1st 6 months. Now after the first 6 months, the investments for the 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 3:4:-2. So now net amount withstanding after 2nd 6 months are in the ratio 5:8:6. That means the profit for the 2nd 6 months in also in the ratio 5:8:6. Now we will simply add the two profits to find the net profit after 1 year. So net profit after 1 year is in the ratio 7:12:14. So the actual answer should be 7:12:14.
Sir I am unable to solve one of the question based on partnership. Can you please me to solve it?
1. RATIO AND PROPORTION Class -18 Partnership 1)

2. Types of Partnership Capital Partnership Profit is divided in the ratio of investment Capital & Duration Partnership Profit is divided in the ratio of Product of duration and investment Misselenous Partnership Profit is divided according to given condition

3. A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 52,000 and 65,000 and Rs 1,04,000 e end of the year t of B a. Rs 10000 b. Rs 8000 c. Rs 16000 d. Rs 20000

4. A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 52,000 and 65,000 and Rs 1,04,000 e end of the year t of B a. Rs 10000 b. Rs 8000 c. Rs 16000 d. Rs 20000 A C 12-

5. A, B and C started a business with their investments in the ratio 1: 2: 4. After 6 month A invested half amount more as before and B invested same amount as before while C withdrew 1/4th of the their investments. Find the ratio of their profits at the end of the year.

6. A, B and C started a business with their investments in the ratio 1: 2: 4. After 6 month A invested half amount more as before and B invested same amount as before while C withdrew 1/4th of the their investments. Find the ratio of their profits at the end of the year. 0 4 2. 512 4

7. Mr. Manu opened a workshop investing 40,000. He invested additional amount of 10,000 every year. After two years his brother Bhanu joined him with an amount of 85,000. There after Bhanu did not invest any additional amount. On completion of four year form the opening of workshop they earned an amount of 1,95,000. What will be Manu's share in the earning? a. Rs 80,000 b. Rs 95,000 c. Rs 1,00,000 d. Rs 1,10,000

8. Mr. Manu opened a workshop investing 40,000. He invested additional amount of 10,000 every year. After two years his brother Bhanu joined him with an amount of 85,000. There after Bhanu did not invest any additional amount. On completion of four year form the opening of workshop they earned an amount of 1,95,000. What will be Manu's share in the earning? a. Rs 80,000 b. Rs 95,000 c. Rs 1,00,000 d. Rs 1,10,000 2 toovo 2DD1 2212

9. Amit and Bimal entered into a partnership, investing Rs.16,000 and Rs. 12,000 respectively. After 3 months Amit withdrew Rs. 5000, while Bimal invested 5000 more. After 3 months more Chandan joins the business with a capital of Rs. 21,000. After a year they obtained a profit of Rs. 26,400. By what amount does the share of Bimal exceed the share of Chandan. a. Rs. 3600 b. Rs. 4200 c. Rs. 4000 d. Rs. 4500

10. Amit and Bimal entered into a partnership, investing Rs.16,000 and Rs. 12,000 respectively. After 3 months Amit withdrew Rs. 5000, while Bimal invested 5000 more. After 3 months more Chandan joins the business with a capital of Rs. 21,000. After a year they obtained a profit of Rs. 26,400. By what amount does the share of Bimal exceed the share of Chandan. a. Rs. 3600 b. Rs. 4200 c. Rs. 4000 d. Rs. 4500 A C 4q: 63:y A mi 3 2 3 33 (12S (4

11. A, B and C are three partners in a business. A, whose money has been used for 4 months, Claims 1/8 of the profit, B whose money has been used for 6 months, claims 1/3 of the profit. C had invested Rs. 1560 for 8 months. Find sum of money invested by A and B. a. Rs. 1500 b. Rs. 1800 c. Rs. 2100 d. Rs. 2000 VW 2 12 244 9 13 290 0