A partnership is an association of two or more persons who ut their money together in order to carry on a certain business. It is of two kinds –
Simple partnership: If the wealth of the associates are capitalized for the Same period, the partnership is called simple.
Compound Partnership: If the money of the partners is capitalized for diverse lengths of time, the partnership is called a compound. In a group of n persons invested different amount for a different period then their profit ratio is:
At, : Bt, : Ct, : Dt. ………. : Xt [Here first person invested amount A for t, period, second persons invested amount B for t, period, and so on.]
Ex. 1: Three partners A, B and C invest 1600, 1800 and 2300
respectively in business. How should they divide a profit of 1938?
Ans: The profit should be divided in the ratios of the capitals, i.e. in the
ratio 16:18:23. Now, 16 + 18+ 23 = 57
A’s share =
of 1938 = 3544
B’s share =
of 1938 = 3612
23 C’s share = of 1938 = 3782
Ex. 2: A, B and Center into partnership. A advances 1200 for 4 months,
B 1400 for 8 months, and C*1000 for 10 months. They gain 585
altogether. Find the share of each.
Ans: 1200 in 4 months earns as much profit as 1200 x 4 or 4800 in
1400 in 8 months earns as much profit as 1400 ~ 8 or 11200 in 1 month.
1000 in 10 months earns as much profit as 1000 × 10 or 10,000 in 1 month. Therefore, the profit should be divided in the ratios of 4800, 11,200 and 10,000 i.e. in the ratios of 12, 28 and 25.
Now, 12 +28 + 25 = 65
A’s share = 12/65 X585 = 108
B’s share = 28/65 x 585= 252
C’s share =25/65 x 585 =225
Note: In compound partnership, the ratio of profits is directly proportional
to both money and time, so they are multiplied together to get the
corresponding shares in the ratio of profits.
Ex. 3: A starts a business with 2,000. B joins him after 3 months with
4,000.C puts a sum of 10,000 in the business for 2 months only. At the end of the year, the business gave a profit of 5600. How
should the profit be divided among them?
Ans: Ratio of their profits (A’s:B’s:C’s)=2 12:
4 9 :10 * 2=6:9:5 Now, 6 +9+ 5 = 20
Then A’s share – 5600/20 x6 = 1680
B’s share =5600/20 x9=25200
C’s share =5600 /20 x 5= 1400
Ex. 4: A and B enter into a partnership for a year. A contributes 1500
and B 32000. After 4 months they admit C, who contributes 2250. If B draws his involvement after 9 months, how would they
share a profit of $900 at the end of the year?
Ans : A’s share : B’s share : C’s share
= 1500 x 12:2000 9 : 2250 x 8 = 15 x 12:20 x 9:22.5 x 8 = 180: 180 : 180 = 1:1:1
Therefore, each of them gets 900/3 = 300.
Ex. 5: A and B enter into a speculation. A puts in 50 and B puts in 45.At the end of 4 months, A withdraws half his capital and at the end of 6 months B withdraws half of his capital. C then enters with a capital of 70. At the conclusion of 12 months, in what ratio will the income be separated?
Soln: A’s share : B’s share : C’s share
= 50×4+50/2× 8:45×6+45/2×6:70×6
= 400:405 : 420 = 80:81: 84
So, the income will be separated in the ratio of 80:81:84.
Now, you must have assumed both simple partnership and compound partnership. The method for compound partnership can also be inscribed as
A’s Capital ×A’s Time in partnership A’s Profit
B’s capital ×B’s Time in partnership B’s Profit
The overhead connection should be reminisced because it is used actual often in some kinds of question.
Ex. 6: A began a business with 3450 and was joined afterwards by B with$300. When did B join if the incomes at the end of the year were separated in the ratio 2:1?
Soln: Presume B merged the business for x months.
Then using the above formula, we have 450×12/300×x =1/2 or 300×2x = 450×12 x =450×12/2×300 = 9 months.
Therefore, B joined after (12-9=) 3 months.
Ex.7 : A and B rent a pasture for 10 months. A puts in 100 bulls for 8
months. How many bulls can B put in for the remaining 2 months, if he pays half as much as A?
Soln. Suppose B puts in x bulls. The ratio of A’s and B’s rents
= 1:1+1/2 = 1:3/2 = 2:3 then 100×8/x×2 = 2/3 or x = 100×8×3/2×2 = 600 cows.
Ex 8: A and B enter into a partnership with their capitals in the ratio 7:9.
At the end of 8 months, A extracts his wealth. If they receive the
Incomes in the ratio 8:9, bargain how long B’s capital was used.
Ans: Suppose B’s capital was used for x months. Following the same
rule ,we have 7×8/9×x = 8/9
Therefore, B’s capital was used for 7 months.
Ex 9: A, B and C invested capitals in the ratio 2:3:5; the timing of their
investments being in the ratio 4:5: 6. In what ratio would their
profit be distributed?
Ans: We should know that if the three investments be in the ratio a: b:c and the duration for their investments be in the ratio x:y:z, then the income would be dispersed in the ratio ax : by: cz. Therefore, subsequent the similar rule, the required ratio = 2 * 4:3 x 5:5 x 6 = 8:15:30
Ex 10: A, B and C invested capitals in the ratio 5:6:8. At the end of the
Professional term, they established the incomes in the ratio 5:3:12. Find
the ratio of period for which they paid their capitals?
Soln: Succeeding the similar rule:
If asset is in the ratio a: b:c and income in the ratio p:q:r then the ratio of time = p/a : q/b : r/c
Therefore, the required ratio = 5/5:3/6:12/= 1:1/2:3/2 = 2:1:3