- Option : A
- Explanation : P = Rs 900

S.I. = Rs 81

T = ?

R = 4.5%

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2. Find S.I. on Rs 6250 at 14% per annum

- Option : A
- Explanation : P = Rs 6250, R = 14 % and T = (146/365) years = 2/5 years.

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- Option : D
- Explanation : Let the sum be Rs a.

Then we can write: [{x × 10 × 7}/{100 × 2}] – [{x × 12 × 5}/{100 × 2}] = 40. This can be written as:

7x/20 – 3x/10 = 40.

Therefore, we have x = Rs 800.

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- Option : D
- Explanation : Here, we have, the principal = Rs [{100 × 5400}/{12 ×
3}] = Rs 15000.

Thus, the correct option is (D).

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