Cash invested by the 3 were in the proportion 237 respectively land assets were

Cash invested by the 3 were in the proportion 237

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Cash invested by the 3 were in the proportion 2:3:7 respectively; land assets were invested in the ratio 4:3:5 respectively; and equity certificates were invested in proportion 1:5:4 respectively.
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18 107. If total cash invested was Rs. 42 lakhs, total land worth invested was Rs. 93 lakhs, total value of equity certificates was Rs. 65 lakhs, and all invested for the same time, then what will be profit share of ‘A’ if the total profit at the end of 1stcycle is Rs. 1.5 crores? A. Rs. 45.65 lakhs B. Rs. 37.755 lakhs C. Rs. 33.375 lakhs D. Rs. 29.895 lakhs E. None of the above 108. In the next cycle the investments made were doubled but in the same proportion as in the previous cycle. However, the period they were invested changed for this cycle. A invested for 10 months, B invested for 2.5 years and C invested for 20 months. What is C’s approximate profit share if the total profit this time was Rs.3 crores? 109. If the train A reached the station in 15 minutes after it had passed the man. In what time the man reached the station? 110. If the train A passes the train B completely in 5.4 minutes find the length of the train B in metres? A. 500m B. 750m C. 822m D. 850m E. 600m Directions (11-112): Study the following diagram and convert it into other diagrams by implementing the instructions which is given in each step to get next step. Step 1- Diagonally interchange second letter, if box contain only one letter then consider it as a first letter and no interchange process takes place. Step 2- I) if box contain even number a) If one letter is consonant and other one is vowel then vowel increase by 4 values and opposite it and consonant letter first opposite then increases by 5 values and interchange both positions. b) If both letters are vowel then increases both letters position by 5 values and interchange their positions and opposite both letters. c) If both letters are consonant then decreases both letters positions by 6 values and interchange their positions and opposite both letters. d) If there is only one letter either vowel or consonant, if letter is vowel then vowel letter decreases by 7 values and opposite this vowel letter and then increases by 6 values. If this letter is consonant then increase letter value by 7 and opposite this consonant letter and then decrease by 6 values.
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  • Ravi Prasad
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