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March 19, 2021 5:07 pm 30 pts
Eduncle.com Data Interpretation Ram Prasad Invested total amount of Rs. 25,000 in 2011 for one year in two companies together and got a 6. total dividend of Rs. 3340. What was the amount invested in company A? (A) Rs. 12,000 (B) Rs. 9,000 C) Rs. 16,000 (D) None of these 6. (B) Total Invested Amount - 25000 Tenure- 1 Years The ratio of dividend = 14 13 A: B Let's Ram prasad invested Rs. X in company A then he invested in 'B 25000 X Now if total dividend is 3340 from company A and company B then Xx14x1 (25,000-x) x13xl _2340 3 100 100 14x+ 3,25,000 13x 3,34,000 x = 3,34,000 3,25,000 9,000
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• Rucha rajesh shingvekar
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Rucha rajesh shingvekar
Ratio given in graph In 2011 14:13
• Gitanjali ratnakar haral
but i am not getting the method of solving since i am weak in maths..
• Gitanjali ratnakar haral
Information is not by mistake...it is correct..
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• Gitanjali ratnakar haral
i would like to know the explanation in more detail