# Financial Problems (Bank-PO (IBPS) Quantitative-Aptitude): Questions 64 - 67 of 124

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## Question number: 64

» Financial Problems » Income and Expenditures

Appeared in Year: 2007

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### Question

Which of the following can be inferred from above? (SBI PO)

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The profit and revenue in 2007 were slightly less than 2006.

b.

The profit in the both the years was same because the revenue and expenditure were also the same.

c.

The profit is entirely related to revenue

d.

In Spite of revenue being less in 2007, the profit was same as 2006 because the expenditure also was correspondingly less.

## Question number: 65

» Financial Problems » Partnership

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### Question

Gautam started a business with a sum of Rs. 60000. Latin joined him 8 months later with a sum of Rs. 35000. At what respective ratio will the two share profit after two years (Allahabad Bank 2009)

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

18: 7

b.

2: 1

c.

3: 1

d.

37: 14

## Question number: 66

» Financial Problems » Profit and Loss

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### Question

A salesman gives a discount of 10 % on his marked price. He sells the goods at Rs. 270 and makes a profit of 10 % what was the difference in marked price and cost price?

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 40

b.

Rs. 36.33

c.

Rs. 54.55

d.

Rs. 36.75

## Question number: 67

» Financial Problems » Partnership

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### Question

John and Rick started with a business by investing some amount. At the end of the year John’s profit was Rs. 30, 000. Find the total profit earned by them and Rick’s share if the ratio of money invested by them was 5: 2

### Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Total profit = Rs. 55, 000; Rick’s share = Rs. 15, 000

b.

Total profit = Rs. 42, 000; Rick’s share = Rs. 20, 000

c.

Total profit = Rs. 45, 000; Rick’s share = Rs. 15, 000

d.

Total profit = Rs. 42, 000; Rick’s share = Rs. 12, 000

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