Q. 104.5( 26 Votes )

Niyamat chacha and Karabi didi have started a partnership business together by investing ₹30000 and ₹50000 respectively. After 6 months Niyamat chacha has invested ₹40000 more but Karabi didi has withdrawn ₹10000 for personal need. If the profit at the end of the year is ₹19000, let us write by calculating the profit share of each of them.

Answer :

Niyamat chacha’s initial investment = ₹30000×12


= ₹360000


Karabi didi’s initial investment = ₹50000×12


= ₹600000


After 6 months Niyamat chacha has invested = ₹40000 more for 6 months.


= ₹40000×6


= ₹240000


So, Niyamat chacha’s total investment = ₹360000 + ₹240000


= ₹600000


After 6 months Karabi didi has withdrawn = ₹10000 for personal need.


= ₹10000×6


= ₹60000


So, Karabi didi’s total investment = ₹600000-₹60000


= ₹540000


Ratio of capital invested = 600000 : 540000


= 10:9


Total profit = ₹19000


Hence, their shares of profit in ratio of their capitals are:



= ₹10000



= ₹9000


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