## Partnership Problems and Solutions Partnership Aptitude Questions with Answers

Partnership Problems with Solutions: Partnership Aptitude Questions are the one of the tough question asked in the competitive exams like bank exams, SSC, bank po, CAT, UPSC exam and also interview like off campus & walk ins. If you follow some math tricks, shortcuts, formulas, than you should easily get the full score in those Quantitative aptitude partnership questions.

Partnership is the association of two or more persons who invested their money on business and it is classified into two types. They are Simple Partnership and Compound partnership. A partner who manages the business is called working partner and the partner who only invests money is called as sleeping partner.

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### Partnership aptitude questions and answers:

Q1: Three Women enter into a partnership contributing Rs.600, Rs.800 and Rs.1000. How much should the first woman receive out of the profit of Rs.480?

(a) Rs.110
(b) Rs.120
(c) Rs.150
(d) Rs.100

Q2: P, Q and R enter into a partnership. P contributes one third of the capital, while Q contributes as much as P and R together. If the profit at the end of the year amounts to Rs.720, than P's share is?

(a) 240
(b) 120
(c) 250
(d) 300

Q3: A person invests money in three different schemes for six years, ten years and twelve years at 10%, 12% and 15% respectively. At the completion of the duration of each scheme, he gets the same amount. What is the ratio of his investments?

(a) 5 : 4 : 6
(b) 6 : 2 : 4
(c) 7 : 4 : 2
(d) 6 : 3 : 2

Q4: P, Q and R are partners of a company. During a particular year P received one-third of the profit. Q received one-fourth of a profit and R received the remaining Rs.5000. How much did P received?

(a) 3000
(b) 6000
(c) 4000
(d) 2000

Q5: P starts a business with Rs.3500 and after five months, Q joins with P as his partner. After a year the profit is divided in the ratio 2 : 3. What is Q's contribution in the capital?

(a) 5000
(b) 9000
(c) 8000
(d) 7000

Q6: P, Q and R together start a business. Q invests 1/6 of the total capital while investment of P and R are equal. If the annual profit on this investment is Rs.33600, find the difference between the profits of Q and R.

(a) 8500
(b) 8000
(c) 8600
(d) 8400

Q7: Ram and Srinath started a business with investments of Rs.13000 and Rs.39000 respectively. After five months Narayanan joins with a capital of Rs.52000. At the end of a year they got a profit of Rs.14250. Find the share of Narayanan.

(a) 4250
(b) 3500
(c) 5250
(d) 4250

Q8: P started business with a capital of Rs.10000 and four months later, Q joined with a capital of Rs.5000. What is the share of P in the total profit of Rs.2000 at the end of the year?

(a) 2000
(b) 1600
(c) 3500
(d) 1500

Q9: P started a business with Rs.18000 after four months Q joins with Rs.24000. After two more months R joins with Rs.30000. At the end of ten months R receives Rs.1850 as his share. Find the total profit?

(a) 6845
(b) 4205
(c) 5285
(d) 3250

Q10: P, Q and R enter into a partnership. P contributes 320 for four months, Q contributes Rs.510 for three months and R contributes Rs.270 for five months. If the total profit is Rs.208, find the profit share of the partner P.

(a) 70
(b) 65.50
(c) 64
(d) 72

Q1: (b)
Q2: (a)
Q3: (d)
Q4: (c)
Q5: (b)
Q6: (d)
Q7: (c)
Q8: (d)
Q9: (a)
Q10:(c)