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## Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

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why didn't we do 2000*4+2000*3+2000*2+2000*1+(2000+x)8 ? 2000*12 seems wrong as it doesn't show the true nature of the time period of each investment ?
Let's in A's case after 4 months, in each month x increases. i.e 2000+x for 5th month 2000+2x for 6th month, so on. but you added 2000+x for 8 months directly. how?
SIr, one query. After 4 months A investment increase. But after 5 months C investment decreases, so it should be after 9 months na? (4 + 5) months???
Pranav Jain
2 years ago
The ratio given is for one year so you cant equate them without calculating it for one full year
2 months ago
Guys what do you think about these questions? Are they coming in cat ?
really sir....single Question with several concepts... thank you sir
something you are wrong.
1. RATIO AND PROPORTION Class 21 (Partnership 5)

2. uestion in this class Three friends A, B and C invest Rs 2000, Rs 3000 and Rs 4000 respectively in business every month. After four months, A increase his investments for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. After 5 months C reduces his investment for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. At the end of the year, profit sharing ratio of A and C is 28 33. What is the total profit? a. Rs 4000 b.Rs 3460 c. Rs 3640 d.Rs 5000 e. None of these Solve by yourself and then watch its video solution

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4. Three friends A, B and C invest Rs 2000, Rs 3000 and Rs 4000 respectively in business every month. After four months, A increase his investments for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. After 5 months C reduces his investment for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. At the end of the year, profit sharing ratio of A and C is 28: 33. What is the total profit? a. Rs 4000 b. Rs 3460 c. Rs 3640 d. Rs 5000 e. None of these

5. Three friends A, B and C invest Rs 2000, Rs 3000 and Rs 4000 respectively in business every month. After four months, A increase his investments for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. After 5 months C reduces his investment for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. At the end of the year, profit sharing ratio of A and C is 28: 33. What is the total profit? a. Rs 4000 b. Rs 3460 c. Rs 3640 d. Rs 5000 e. None of these C. 2o Do 3ooo Loo0 Bmath

6. Three friends A, B and C invest Rs 2000, Rs 3000 and Rs 4000 respectively in business every month. After four months, A increase his investments for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. After 5 months C reduces his investment for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. At the end of the year, profit sharing ratio of A and C is 28: 33. What is the total profit? a. Rs 4000 b. Rs 3460 c. Rs 3640 d. Rs 5000 e. None of these 2 Y30 12-7n33 rem 8 2% Cb

7. Three friends A, B and C invest Rs 2000, Rs 3000 and Rs 4000 respectively in business every month. After four months, A increase his investments for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. After 5 months C reduces his investment for each month by an amount which is equal to profit earned by B. At the end of the year, profit sharing ratio of A and C is 28: 33. What is the total profit? a. Rs 4000 b. Rs 3460 c. Rs 3640 d. Rs 5000 e. None of these 28 3o' 33 Toh