**(1)** In a partnership, X invests Rs. 5000 for 9 months, Y invests Rs. 6000 for 6 months, and Z invests Rs. 8000 for 3 months. The total profit earned is Rs. 4800. Calculate the share of Y in the profit.

- (a) Rs. 1600
- (b) Rs. 1200
- (c) Rs. 2000
- (d) Rs. 1800

**(2)** P, Q, and R enter into a partnership. P contributes Rs. 7000 for 4 months, Q contributes Rs. 6000 for 6 months, and R contributes Rs. 8000 for 5 months. If the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 5100, what is R’s share?

- (a) Rs. 2000
- (b) Rs. 1500
- (c) Rs. 2500
- (d) Rs. 1800

**(3)** In a partnership, D, E, and F invested amounts in the ratio 5:3:2. However, D invested for 6 months, E for 4 months, and F for 5 months. If the annual profit was Rs. 5500, find F’s share of the profit.

- (a) Rs. 1000
- (b) Rs. 1000
- (c) Rs. 1500
- (d) Rs. 1100

**(4)** Three partners A, B, and C start a business. Twice the investment of A is equal to thrice the investment of B and the investment of C is half of the investment of A. If the annual profit is Rs. 5700, find A’s share.

- (a) Rs. 2400
- (b) Rs. 3000
- (c) Rs. 2700
- (d) Rs. 2600

**(5)** L, M, and N started a business by investing Rs. 12000, Rs. 15000, and Rs. 18000 respectively. After 4 months, L added another Rs. 6000 to his investment. If the total annual profit is Rs. 6450, calculate M’s share in the profit.

- (a) Rs. 2250
- (b) Rs. 2500
- (c) Rs. 2700
- (d) Rs. 2000