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@kateninny
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> par values 10 Rs and 5 Rs
market values 30 Rs and 10 Rs
He buys 4 share of X and 1 share of Y for 120 Rs and 10 Rs
Divident yield is 100% and 20% (5:1) or 10 Rs and 1 Rs for X and Y
so.. he gets (10*4) = 40 Rs and 1 Rs from 4 X shares and 1 Y share
profit percentages of 40/120 = 33.33...

par values 10 Rs and 5 Rsbhai option nahi ha ya non mcq question ha

market values 30 Rs and 10 Rs

He buys 4 share of X and 1 share of Y for 120 Rs and 10 Rs

Divident yield is 100% and 20% (5:1) or 10 Rs and 1 Rs for X and Y

so.. he gets (10*4) = 40 Rs and 1 Rs from 4 X shares and 1 Y share

profit percentages of 40/120 = 33.33% and 1/10 = 10%

Ratio of income in Rs term is 40 / 1 ..

bhai options bata doa.. not easy to give sure answers without options for these Qs.. too many assumptions!!

@kateninny
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The rato of the par value of 2 shares X and Y is 2:1. Their market prices is in the ratio 3:1.If a person invests in them in the ratio 4:1,what is the ratio of the incomes if the dividends (in percentage terms) rae in the ratio 5:1?

The rato of the par value of 2 shares X and Y is 2:1. Their market prices is in the ratio 3:1.If a person invests in them in the ratio 4:1,what is the ratio of the incomes if the dividends (in percentage terms) rae in the ratio 5:1?

@kateninny
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the ratio of the par value of 2 shares *x* and *y is *2:1 . their market prices is in the ratio 3:1. if a person invests in them in the ratio 4:1, what is the ratio of the incomes if the dividends in (in percentage terms) are in the ratio 5:1?

the ratio of the par value of 2 shares **x** and **y is **2:1 . their market prices is in the ratio 3:1. if a person invests in them in the ratio 4:1, what is the ratio of the incomes if the dividends in (in percentage terms) are in the ratio 5:1?