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*1. Find the Simple Interest on Rs 750 in 4 years at 15% per annum*
here S.I = PTR/100

= (750 X 4 X 15) / 100 = 450

*2. On what sum of money will the Simple Interest be Rs. 2000 in 5 years at 8% Per Annum?*
here they are asking about P,

So, P = 100I / TR

= (100X2000) / 40 = 5000

here, the total Interest he recieved is Rs. 56,00.

So, find the total interest and try to equate it with 56,00

So, the total interest = Σ [ (PTR)/100 ] [ here Sigma symbol ( Σ ) represents the Total]

*3. A man invested Rs. 20,000 at 10% P.A. Rs. 15,000 at 12% P.A. and some money at 15% P.A. If the total annual interest recieved is Rs. 56,00, find the money invested by him at 15% P.A*here, the total Interest he recieved is Rs. 56,00.

So, find the total interest and try to equate it with 56,00

So, the total interest = Σ [ (PTR)/100 ] [ here Sigma symbol ( Σ ) represents the Total]

= 200X10+150X12+ (P/100)X15 = 5600

3800+ (3P/20) = 5600

= 3P/20 = 1800 => P = 12000/-

*4. On a sum of money the rate of interest is 5% Per Annum for the first 3 years, 6% Per Annum for the next 4 years, and 8% Per Annum for the next years beyond the first 7 Years. If the interest obtained in 12 Years is Rs. 3,950, Find the Sum?*5% X 3 + 6% X 4 + 8% X 5

= 15% + 24% + 40% = 79%

=> (79/100) P = 3950

=> P = (39500/79) = 5000

*5. A sum was put at 5% at a certain rate for 5 Years. Had it been put at 3% Per Annum higher rate, it would have fetched Rs. 900 more. Find the Sum?***P = 100I / TR [Note : Here I is Additional Interest and R is additional Rate]**

= (100 X 900) / (5X3)

= 6000

*6. On a certain Sum of Money the Simple Interest in 2 years at 10% P.A is Rs. 125, what would be the S.I if the rate of Interest will be 12% P.A in 3 Years?*Here the Principle is same for both the cases. I mean p = P

=> 100i / tr = 100I / TR

= 125 / (2 x 10) = I / (3 x 12)

= > I = 225

**7. The S.I on Rs 6400 at 12 1/2 % per annum is Rs. 2000. Find the Period ?**

T = 100I / PR = (100 X 2000 X 2) / (6400 X 25) = 2 1/2 years

*8. The S.I on Rs. 6000 in 3 Years and 4 Months is Rs. 3000. Find the rate percent Per Annum ?*[ here T = 3 4/12 = 3 1/3 = 10/3 years]

I = PTR / 100 => R = 100I / PT

=> (100 X 3000 X 3) / (6000 X 10 ) = 15

*9. Manish took a loan of Rs. 4000 at S.I. After 2 Years he cleared the loan by paying Rs. 5600. Find the Rate % P.A?*[ Here Manish took Rs. 4000 and Payed 5600. So the Interest will be 5600-4000 = 1600 ]

So, R = 100I / PT

= (100 X 1600) / (400 X 2)

= 20

*10. A lent Rs. 25000 to B for 4 years and Rs. 40,000 to C for 3 1/2 years and got Rs. 24,000 S.I from both B and C. Find the rate PCPA*Σ [ (PTR)/100 ] = 250 X 4R = 400 X (7/2) R = 2400R

=> R = 10

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in question 3 the intrest is 56000/- and u have wrongly calculated with 5600/-

ReplyDeletei guess u r wrong

Delete1sol: 15%pa => for 1yr 15%

ReplyDelete4yrs =>(4*15=60)

so 60% on principal ie 750

=(60/100)*750

=450

2000 5 8%

ReplyDelete2sol:

1yr =>8%

5yr =40%

40% => 2000

100% =>(2000*100)/40

=5000

(SINCE WE ASSUME PRINCIPAL =100 SO CALCULATED FOR 100%)

6SOL:

ReplyDelete1yr => 10%

2yrs => 20%

now given 125rs SI for 2 yrs

so 20% => 125

100% =>?

hence p =(125*100)/20 =625

now, given 1yr => 12% so for 3yrs 36%

hence SI= 36% of 625=225

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ReplyDeletePl avoid 5600 instead of 56000.

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ReplyDeleteThere is mistake in 5th solution..I=900,u have written I=90..Plz correct it..others would confuse...

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ReplyDeleteAs per 7 Question:

ReplyDeleteThe Formula be T= 100*i/ PR

=> 100*2400/6400*25

=> 240000/160000

=> 1.5 Years (Period)

How did you get 100*2400*(2)<-- Reply will be appreciated.

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ReplyDeleteRohan lends 1000 in four parts. If he gets 8% interest on 2000, 7 1/2% on 4000 and 8 1/2% on 1400 what percent of interest must he get for the remainder if his average annual interest is 8.13%?

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9th solution

ReplyDelete((1600*100)/(4000*2))=20. Not 400

Q7 Solution is 5/2

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