Asked by kaivankoshti7111.10sdatl | 19th Apr, 2020, 11:38: AM
Mr. Ram Gopal invested 8000 in 7% 100 shares at 80. After a year he sold these shares at 75 each and invested the proceeds (including his dividend) in 18%, Rs. 25 shares at Rs. 41. Find
(i) his dividend for the first year
(ii) his annual income in the second year
(iii) the percentage increase in his return on his original investment.
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Answered by Renu Varma | 19th Apr, 2020, 05:46: PM
- Mrs.Matharu sold shares of face value ₹100, when the market value was ₹65 and recieved ₹9634.95 she paid brokerage 1% and GST on brokerage is 18% How many shares did she sell?
- I=pxn(n+1)/2x12xr/100 1000xn(n+1)/24x10/100=5550 100n(n+1)/24=5550 n(n+1)=1332 I have also got this answer can u plz explain me how u got n =36 and 37 from which number u have divided to get this number
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