### Share solution sheet

Q1. I and my friend Mala together have started a business with capitals of ₹ 15000 and ₹ 25000 respectively. If the make a profit of ₹ 16,800 in a year, let us see what the profit share shall we each get.

Q2. Priyam Supriya and Bulu have opened a small shop of grocery shop with capitals of ₹ 15000, ₹ 10000, and ₹ 25000 respectively. But after a year there was a loss of ₹ 3000. Let us write by calculating what each must pay to make up the loss.

Q3. Shobha and Masud together bought a car for ₹ 250000 and sold it for ₹ 262,500. If Shobha paid 1 ½ times more than Masud, let us write by calculating their shares of profit.

Q4. Three friends started a partnership business by investing ₹ 5000, ₹ 6000 and ₹ 7000 respectively. After running the business for one year they found that there is a loss of ₹ 1800. They decided to pay to make up that loss to undisturb their capitals. Let us write by calculating the amount they have to pay.

Q5. Dipu, Rebeya and Megha have started a small business by investing the capitals of ₹ 6500, ₹ 5200, ₹ 9100 respectively and just after one year they make profit of ₹ 14,400. If they divided 2/3rd of the profit equally among themselves and the remaining in the ratio of their capital, let us find the profit share of each.

Q6. Three friends have started a business by investing ₹ 8000, ₹ 10000 and ₹ 12000 respectively. They also took an amount as bank loan. At the end of year, they made a profit of ₹ 13400. After paying the annual bank instalment of ₹ 5000 they divided the remaining money of the profit among themselves in the ratio of their capitals, let us write by calculating the profit share of each.

Q7. Three friends took a loan of ₹ 6000, ₹ 8000, ₹ 5000 respectively from a co-operative bank on the condition that they would not have to pay interest, if they would repay their loan within two years. They invested the money to purchase 4 cycle rickshaws, after two years they made a profit of ₹ 30400 excluding all the expense. They divide the profit among themselves in the ratio of their capitals and repaid back their individual loans amount to the bank. Let us write by calculating the amount of their individual share and the ratio of their shares.

Q8. Three friends invested ₹ 1200, ₹ 15000 and ₹ 11000 respectively to purchase a bus. The first person is a driver and the other two are conductors. They decided to divide 2/5th of the profit among themselves in the ratio of 3:2:2 according to their work and the remaining in the ratio of their capitals. If they earn ₹ 29260 in one month, let us find the share of each of them.

Q9. Pradipbabu and Aminabibi started a business by investing ₹ 24,000 and ₹ 30,000 respectively at the beginning of a year. After 5 months Pradipbabu invested the capital of ₹ 4000 more. If the yearly profit was ₹ 27716, let us write by calculating the share of each of them.

Q10. Niyamat chacha and karabi didi have started a partnership business together by investing ₹ 3000 and ₹ 50000 respectively. After 6 months Niyamat chacha has invested of ₹ 4000 more but Karabi didi ha a withdrawn ₹ 10000 for personal need. If the profit at the end of the year is ₹ 19000, Let u write by calculating the profit share of each of them.

Q11. Srikant and Saiffuddin invested ₹ 40,000 and ₹ 300.000 respectively at the beginning of the year to purchase a mini bus to run it on a route. After 4 months, their friend peter joined them with a capital of ₹ 81000. Srikant and Soiffuddin have withdrawn that money in the ratio of their capital. Let uc write by calculating the share of each if they make a profit of ₹ 39150 at the end of the year.

Q12. Arun and Ajoy started a business jointly by investing ₹ 24000 and ₹ 30000 respectively at the beginning of the year. But after a few months Arun invested ₹ 12000 more. After a year, the profit was ₹ 14030 and Arun received the profit share of ₹ 7130. Let us find after how months did does Arun invest money in that business.

Q13. Three clay modelers from Kumartuli collectively took a loan of ₹ 100000 from a co-operative bank to set up a modelling workshop. They made a construct that after paying back the annual back instalment of ₹ 28100, they would divide half of the profit among themselves in terms of the number of working days and the other half will be equally divided among them. Last year they worked 300 days, 275 days and 350 days respectively and made a profit of ₹ 1391oo. Let us write by calculating the share of each in this profit.

Q14. Two friends invested ₹ 40000 and ₹ 50000 respectively to start a business. They made a contract that they would divide 50% of the profit equally among themselves and the remaining the profit in the ratio of their capitals. Let us write the share of profit of the first friend if it is ₹ 800 less than that of the 2nd friend.

Q15. Puja, Uttam and Meher started a partnership business with a capital of ₹ 5000, ₹ 7000 and ₹ 10000 respectively with the conditions that
(i)Monthly expense the running business is ₹ 125 (ii) Puja and Uttam each will get ₹ 200 the keeping the accounts. If the profit is ₹ 6960 at the end of the year, let us write by calculating the profit share each would get.

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