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Maths Stocks and Shares Test.11

**Quiz Instructions:**

- There will be 20 multiple choice question in this online test.
- Answer of the questions will change randomly each time you start this test.
- Practice this test at least 3 times if you want to secure High Marks.
- At the End of the Test you can see your Test score and Rating.

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**A man buys Rs. 25 shares in a company which pays 9% dividend . The money invested is such that it gives 10% on investment. At what price did he buy the shares?**

Suppose he buys each share be Rs. X.

Then, (25 x 9/100)=(X x 10/100) X= 22.50

Cost of each share is Rs. 22.50.

Suppose he buys each share be Rs. X.

Then, (25 x 9/100)=(X x 10/100) X= 22.50

Cost of each share is Rs. 22.50.

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**Find the cost of 96 shares of Rs. 10 each at (3/4) discount, brokerage being(1/4) per share.**

Cost of 1 share = Rs. [(10-(3/4)) + (1/4)] = Rs. (19/2).

Cost of 96 shares = Rs. [(19/2)*96] = Rs. 912.

Cost of 1 share = Rs. [(10-(3/4)) + (1/4)] = Rs. (19/2).

Cost of 96 shares = Rs. [(19/2)*96] = Rs. 912.

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**A 6% stock yields 8%. The market value of the stock is:___________?**

For an income of Rs. 8, investment = Rs. 100

For an income of Rs. 6, investment = Rs. 100/8 * 6 = Rs. 75.

Market value of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 75.

For an income of Rs. 8, investment = Rs. 100

For an income of Rs. 6, investment = Rs. 100/8 * 6 = Rs. 75.

Market value of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 75.

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**In order to obtain an income of Rs. 650 from 10% stock at Rs. 96, one must make an investment of___________?**

To obtain Rs.10, investment = Rs. 96.

To obtain Rs. 650,

investment= Rs.(96/10 x 650) = Rs. 6240.

To obtain Rs.10, investment = Rs. 96.

To obtain Rs. 650,

investment= Rs.(96/10 x 650) = Rs. 6240.

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**Find the annual income derived by investing Rs. 6800 in 10% stock at 136.**

By investing Rs. 136, income obtained = Rs. 10.

By investing Rs. 6800, income obtained = Rs. [(10/136)*6800] = Rs. 500.

By investing Rs. 136, income obtained = Rs. 10.

By investing Rs. 6800, income obtained = Rs. [(10/136)*6800] = Rs. 500.

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**By investing Rs. 1620 in 8% stock, Maria earns Rs. 135. The stock is then quoted at:_________?**

To earn Rs. 135, investment = Rs. 1620.

To earn Rs. 8, investment = Rs. (1620/135) * 8= Rs.96.

Market value of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 96.

To earn Rs. 135, investment = Rs. 1620.

To earn Rs. 8, investment = Rs. (1620/135) * 8= Rs.96.

Market value of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 96.

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**Find the annual income derived from Rs. 2500, 8% stock at 106.**

Income from Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 8.

Income from Rs. 2500 = Rs. [(8/1000*2500) =Rs. 200.

Income from Rs. 100 stock = Rs. 8.

Income from Rs. 2500 = Rs. [(8/1000*2500) =Rs. 200.

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**A man invests in a 16% stock at 128. The interest obtained by him is:____________?**

investing Rs. 128, income is = Rs. 16.

investing Rs. 100, income is Rs. (16 *100/128) = 12.5

investing Rs. 128, income is = Rs. 16.

investing Rs. 100, income is Rs. (16 *100/128) = 12.5

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**Find the cash required to purchase Rs. 3200, 7(1/2) % stock at 107(brokerage (1/2) %).**

Cash required to purchase Rs. 100 stock = Rs (107+(1/2)) = Rs. (215/2).

Cash required to purchase Rs. 100 stock = Rs [(215/2)*(1/100)*3200] = Rs. 3440

Cash required to purchase Rs. 100 stock = Rs (107+(1/2)) = Rs. (215/2).

Cash required to purchase Rs. 100 stock = Rs [(215/2)*(1/100)*3200] = Rs. 3440

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**The cost price of a Rs. 100 stock at 4 discount, when brokerage is 1/4 % is:___________?**

C.P.=Rs. 100 – 4 + 1/4 =Rs.96.25.

C.P.=Rs. 100 – 4 + 1/4 =Rs.96.25.

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**A man invests some money partly in 9% stock at 96 and partly in 12% stock at 120. To obtain equal dividends from both he must invest the money in the ratio_________?**

For an income of Re. 1 in 9% stock at 96,investments

= Rs. (96 / 9).

= Rs.(32/3).

For an income of Re.1 in 12% stock at 120,investments

=Rs.(120/12 )

= Rs.10.

Ratio of investments= 32/3:10=32 : 30 = 16:25.

For an income of Re. 1 in 9% stock at 96,investments

= Rs. (96 / 9).

= Rs.(32/3).

For an income of Re.1 in 12% stock at 120,investments

=Rs.(120/12 )

= Rs.10.

Ratio of investments= 32/3:10=32 : 30 = 16:25.

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**Find the cost of Rs. 6400, 10% stock at 15 discount.**

Cost of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. (100-15)

Cost of Rs. 6400 stock = Rs. (85/100 * 6400 ) = Rs. 5440.

Cost of Rs. 100 stock = Rs. (100-15)

Cost of Rs. 6400 stock = Rs. (85/100 * 6400 ) = Rs. 5440.

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**To produce an annual income of Rs. 1200 from a 12% stock at 90, the amount of stock needed is:_________?**

For an income of Rs. 12, stock needed = 100

For an income of Rs. 1200, stock needed = 100 * 1200/12 = 10000

For an income of Rs. 12, stock needed = 100

For an income of Rs. 1200, stock needed = 100 * 1200/12 = 10000

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**A 6% stock yields 8%. The market value of the stock is___________?**

For an income of Rs. 8,investments= Rs.100.

For an income of Rs. 6,investments= Rs.(100/8×6)

Market value of Rs.100 stock = Rs.75.

For an income of Rs. 8,investments= Rs.100.

For an income of Rs. 6,investments= Rs.(100/8×6)

Market value of Rs.100 stock = Rs.75.

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**A man buys Rs. 20 shares paying 9% dividend. The man wants to have an interest of 12% on his money. The market value of each share is:_________?**

Dividend on Rs. 20 = Rs. (90/100)x 20 = Rs.9/5.

Rs. 12 is an income on Rs. 100.

Rs.9/5 is an income on Rs.[ (100/12) x (9/5)] = Rs. 15.

Dividend on Rs. 20 = Rs. (90/100)x 20 = Rs.9/5.

Rs. 12 is an income on Rs. 100.

Rs.9/5 is an income on Rs.[ (100/12) x (9/5)] = Rs. 15.

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**A man buys Rs. 50 shares in a company which pays 10% dividend. If the man gets 12.5% on his investments, at what price did he buy the shares?**

Dividend on 1 share=Rs.(10/100 x 50)

= Rs. 5

Rs.12.50 is an income on an investments of Rs.100.

Rs.5 is an income on an investments of

Rs.(100×2/25×5)=Rs.40.

Cost of 1 share = Rs.40.

Dividend on 1 share=Rs.(10/100 x 50)

= Rs. 5

Rs.12.50 is an income on an investments of Rs.100.

Rs.5 is an income on an investments of

Rs.(100×2/25×5)=Rs.40.

Cost of 1 share = Rs.40.

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**A man invested Rs. 1552 in a stock at 97 to obtain an income of Rs. 128. The dividend from the stock is__________?**

By investing Rs. 1552, income = Rs. 128.

By investing Rs. 97, income = Rs (128/1552 x 97) = Rs. 8.

Therefore, Dividend = 8%.

By investing Rs. 1552, income = Rs. 128.

By investing Rs. 97, income = Rs (128/1552 x 97) = Rs. 8.

Therefore, Dividend = 8%.

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**Masood invests a part of Rs. 12000 in 12% stock at Rs. 120 and the remainder in 15% stock at Rs. 125. If his total dividend per annum is Rs. 1360, how much does he invest in 12% stock at Rs. 120?**

Let investment in 12% stock is Rs. x.

investment in 15% stock Rs. (12000 – x).

(12/120) * x + 15/125(12000-x) = 1360

5x + 72000 -6x hence x = 4000

Let investment in 12% stock is Rs. x.

investment in 15% stock Rs. (12000 – x).

(12/120) * x + 15/125(12000-x) = 1360

5x + 72000 -6x hence x = 4000

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**A man sells Rs.5000, 12 % stock at 156 and uinvests the proceeds parity in 8 % stock at 90 and 9 % stock at 108. He hereby increases his income by Rs. 70. How much of the proceeds were invested in each stock?**

S.P of Rs. 5000 stock = Rs. [(156/100)*5000] = Rs. 7800.

Income from this stock = Rs. [(12/100)*5000] = Rs. 600.

Let investment in * % stock be x and that in 9 % stock = (7800-x).

[x*(8/90)] + (7800-x) * (9/108) = (600+7)

4x/45) + [(7800-x)/12] = 670 ïƒ³ 16x + 117000-15x = (670*180)

x = 3600

Money invested in 8 % stock at 90 = Rs. 3600.

Money invested in 9 % at 108 = Rs. (7800-3600) = Rs. 4200.

S.P of Rs. 5000 stock = Rs. [(156/100)*5000] = Rs. 7800.

Income from this stock = Rs. [(12/100)*5000] = Rs. 600.

Let investment in * % stock be x and that in 9 % stock = (7800-x).

[x*(8/90)] + (7800-x) * (9/108) = (600+7)

4x/45) + [(7800-x)/12] = 670 ïƒ³ 16x + 117000-15x = (670*180)

x = 3600

Money invested in 8 % stock at 90 = Rs. 3600.

Money invested in 9 % at 108 = Rs. (7800-3600) = Rs. 4200.

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**A invested some money in 10% stock at 96. If B wants to invest in an equality good 12% stock, he must purchase a stock worth of___________?**

For an income of Rs.10,investments=Rs.96.

For an income of Rs.12,

investments=Rs.(96/10 x 12) =Rs.115.20.

For an income of Rs.10,investments=Rs.96.

For an income of Rs.12,

investments=Rs.(96/10 x 12) =Rs.115.20.