# Aptitude - Stocks and Shares - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Stocks and Shares - General Questions (Q.No. 5)

5.

By investing in 16% stock at 64, one earns Rs. 1500. The investment made is:

Answer: Option

Explanation:

To earn Rs. | 50 | , investment = Rs. 64. |

3 |

To earn Rs. 1500, investment = Rs. | 64 x | 3 | x 1500 | = Rs. 5760. | ||

50 |

Discussion:

48 comments Page 1 of 5.
Dhivya said:
2 years ago

@All.

Solve it by logic;

For earning rs.50/3 he has invested Rs.64.

To earn Rs.1500 how much thus he had to invest,

50/3. 64.

1500. x.

50/3x = 64 * 1500.

Therefore:

x = 64 * 1500 * 3/50.

Ans : 5760.

Hope this might help.

Solve it by logic;

For earning rs.50/3 he has invested Rs.64.

To earn Rs.1500 how much thus he had to invest,

50/3. 64.

1500. x.

50/3x = 64 * 1500.

Therefore:

x = 64 * 1500 * 3/50.

Ans : 5760.

Hope this might help.

(14)

Shubham said:
4 years ago

The profit is 50/3 on investing 64.

The profit is 1500 on investing X.

Therefore, (50/3) / 64 = 1500 / X.

Hence X = 64 * 3/50 * 1500.

The profit is 1500 on investing X.

Therefore, (50/3) / 64 = 1500 / X.

Hence X = 64 * 3/50 * 1500.

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Roshni said:
3 years ago

Isn't is 50/3 when investing 100?

So the profit when 64 is invested is 64*50/300?

So the profit when 64 is invested is 64*50/300?

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Shivansh said:
3 years ago

Let's say person earn X% When he invest Rs 64 which comes out to be Rs 50/3

64 * x% = 50/3.

Now you can find x value correct which is 3.8% so now find 38% of 1500= 5760.

64 * x% = 50/3.

Now you can find x value correct which is 3.8% so now find 38% of 1500= 5760.

(1)

Sunand Pal said:
5 years ago

I believe here ideally the Face Value should have been mentioned, the face value assumed is 100.

Total Investment= ((Total Income)/(Face Value * Dividend ) ) * Market Value

Please take a note Market Value is Investment per share.

Total Investment= ((Total Income)/(Face Value * Dividend ) ) * Market Value

Please take a note Market Value is Investment per share.

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Sahil said:
6 years ago

"Earning" here implies dividend on the total face value of the stocks (and NOT on the investment amount).

(1)

Supriya said:
10 years ago

HOW can 16*(2/3)% can be converted to Rupee ? please explain this.

(1)

Habibur Rahman said:
6 years ago

How could I understand that 50/3 the earning?

I can't able to know how it comes 50/3? Please explain.

I can't able to know how it comes 50/3? Please explain.

Bryan said:
9 years ago

What happen to the percentage, I thought it would be 50/300? Please help me.

Tanusha said:
9 years ago

= 50/3-64 = 1500-?

= 1500*64/50/3 = 1500*64*3/50.

= 288000/50 = 5760.

= 1500*64/50/3 = 1500*64*3/50.

= 288000/50 = 5760.

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