**(6)** A, B, and C start a business together. A invests Rs. 10,000 for the whole year, B invests Rs. 8,000 for 9 months, and C invests Rs. 12,000 for 8 months. If the profit at the end of the year is Rs. 9,180, find C’s share.

- (a) Rs. 3,680
- (b) Rs. 3,000
- (c) Rs. 2,500
- (d) Rs. 4,000

**(7)** M and N start a business with investments in the ratio 7:6. After 8 months, M withdraws his investment. If the total annual profit is Rs. 8,400, find N’s share.

- (a) Rs. 3,600
- (b) Rs. 4,800
- (c) Rs. 4,200
- (d) Rs. 5,000

**(8)** In a business, S invests Rs. 20,000 for 6 months, T invests Rs. 15,000 for 8 months, and U invests Rs. 25,000 for 4 months. Find the ratio of their profits at the end of the year.

- (a) 4:3:5
- (b) 5:4:5
- (c) 6:5:4
- (d) 3:4:5

**(9)** Three friends A, B, and C start a business. A invests twice as much as B, and B invests thrice as much as C. If C invests Rs. 5,000, and the total profit is Rs. 8,000, find A’s share.

- (a) Rs. 4,800
- (b) Rs. 4,000
- (c) Rs. 3,200
- (d) Rs. 3,600

**(10)** P, Q, and R start a business. P invests 1/3 of the total capital, Q invests 1/4 of the total capital, and the rest is invested by R. If the annual profit is Rs. 12,000, calculate R’s share.

- (a) Rs. 6,000
- (b) Rs. 5,000
- (c) Rs. 4,000
- (d) Rs. 7,000

**(11)** In a business, A invests Rs. 4000 for the whole year, B invests Rs. 6000 for 9 months, and C invests Rs. 8000 for 6 months. If the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 6200, what is B’s share in the profit?

- (a) Rs. 2400
- (b) Rs. 1800
- (c) Rs. 2000
- (d) Rs. 2200

**(12)** Three partners A, B, and C start a business. A’s investment is thrice that of B and B’s investment is twice that of C. If C invested Rs. 2000, and the total profit is Rs. 6000, find A’s share of the profit.

- (a) Rs. 3600
- (b) Rs. 2400
- (c) Rs. 3000
- (d) Rs. 2000

**(13)** M, N, and O started a business. M invested Rs. 3500, N invested Rs. 4500, and O joined them after 3 months with an investment of Rs. 5000. If the profit at the end of the year is Rs. 5400, calculate O’s share of the profit.

- (a) Rs. 2000
- (b) Rs. 1500
- (c) Rs. 1800
- (d) Rs. 1600

**(14)** Partners A, B, and C start a business. A invests Rs. 10000 for 6 months, B invests Rs. 8000 for 8 months, and C invests Rs. 6000 for the entire year. If the profit at the end of the year is Rs. 9000, find the share of C in the profit.

- (a) Rs. 3000
- (b) Rs. 2400
- (c) Rs. 3600
- (d) Rs. 2700

**(15)** D, E, and F entered into a partnership by investing in the ratio of 2:3:4. After 6 months, D withdrew half of his investment, and after 8 months, F invested Rs. 2000 more. If the total annual profit is Rs. 8400, what is E’s share?

- (a) Rs. 3000
- (b) Rs. 3600
- (c) Rs. 2800
- (d) Rs. 2400