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Before starting anything just do a math practice set. Choose any twenty math problems and write it down on a page. Solve first ten math problems according to basic math formula. You also need to keep track of Timing. After finish write down total time taken by you to solve those ten maths. Now go through our page for partnership share of each shortcut trick. After finishing this do remaining questions using Partnership Share of each shortcut tricks. Again keep track of Timing. The timing will be surely improved this time. But this is not all you need. If you need to improve your timing more then you need to practice more.

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**Partnership Share of each Example 2**

Persons Two or more than two persons when start and manage the new business **in company with** of there own choice, the persons start they are called Partners and the deal is done between the partners is known as Partnership.

Here we discuss in some examples 2 that each member invest money for a certain period and after that some members are withdrawn some money after some month that find part of each share of each members are obtain from annual profits. This type of problem are given in Quantitative Aptitude which is a very essential paper in banking exam.Under below given some more example for your better practice.

**Example 1:** Suren’s monthly income is three-fifth of Ajay’s monthly income.Ajay’s annual income is Rs.4,26,720/-. What would be Suren’s annual income ?

**Answer :** Ajay’s monthly income = 426720 / 12 = Rs.35560

Suren’s monthly = 3 x 35560 / 5 = Rs.21336

Suren’s annual income = 21336 x 12 = Rs.2,56,032

**Example 2:** Sashi got 75 marks in English, 69 marks in Bio, 64 marks in Science, 76 in Maths and 58 marks in Physics. The maximum marks of each subject are 100. How much overall percentage of marks did Sashi get ?

**Answer :** 75 + 69 + 64 + 76 + 58 = 342

342 x 100 / 500 = 68.4%

**Example 3:**

Sameer was start a cotton manufacture business and he invested in his own cotton manufacture company with 76000, After some month, his friend Soma came to join with him and invest 57000. The end of the year the total profit was divided among them into ratio form 2 : 1. Find later how many months Soma join to this business.

**Answer :**

**Step 1:** we can assume that Soma join into business after x months.

So Soma money was invest into ( 12 – x ) months.

**Step 2:** 76000 x 12 / 57000 x ( 12 – x ) = 2 / 1

912000 = 114000 ( 12 – x )

= 114 ( 12 – x ) = 912

= x = 4

**After 4 months Soma join the business.**

**Example 4:**

Anil, Mukesh and Ritesh started a business each investing Rs.20,000. 4 month later Anil withdraws Rs.6000, Mukesh withdraws Rs.8000, Ritesh invest Rs.6000, end of the years, total profit was Rs.65600. what would be the share of each ?

**Answer:**

Ratio capital of Anil, mukesh and Ritesh.

= ( 20,000 x 4 + 14000 x 8 ) : ( 20,000 x 4 + 12000 x 8 ) : ( 20,000 x 4 + 26000 x 8 )

= 192000 : 176000 : 288000

Anil share = (65600 x 192 / 656 ) = 192000

Mukesh share = ( 65600 x 176 / 656 ) = 176000

Ritesh share = (65600 x 288 / 656 ) = 288000

**Example 5:**

Ajit and Nilesh are two friend they invest Rs 120,000 and 80,000 in hotel business and agree that 60% of the profit should be divided equally between them and remaining profit is to be treated as interest on capital. If one partner gets Rs 300 more than other, find the total profit in the business.

**Answer:**

Total Profit = 120000 : 80000 = 12 : 8 = 3 : 2

300 x (100/40) x (3+2/3-2) = Rs 3750

**So, here we learn and find how the share of each member’s from annual profit of withdrawn money after month.**

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nswer:

Ratio capital of Anil, mukesh and Ritesh.

= ( 20,000 x 4 + 14000 x 8 ) : ( 20,000 x 4 + 12000 x 8 ) : ( 20,000 x 4 + 26000 x 8 )

= 192000 : 176000 : 288000

Anil share = (65600 x 192 / 656 ) = 192000

Mukesh share = ( 65600 x 176 / 656 ) = 176000

Ritesh share = (65600 x 288 / 656 ) = 288

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Plz remove the miss writing and solve care fully.

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thank u chandra

that is not 4 months answer should be 8 months in Example 1

ans in example 1 is correct

qstn was after how many months he joined the business..

Rite

Example 2 not clear

P being a working partner gets 10% of the profit as salary, the remaining is shared between P, Q and R in the ratio 2:3:4. If P gets 300000, then share of Q in rupees is…..???