Question 1: How much money will be required to buy , Rs. shares at a premium of Rs. ?

Answer:

Market price of the share .

Therefore the money required to buy shares .

Question 2: How much money will be required to buy , Rs. shares at a discount of Rs. ?

Answer:

Market price of the share .

Therefore the money required to buy shares .

Question 3: A person buys shares at a nominal value of Rs. each, which he sells at Rs. each. Find his profit and profit per cent.

Answer:

Profit per share

Total investment

Total profit

Profit %

Question 4: Find the cost of shares of Rs. each when quoted at Rs. .

Answer:

Total cost of shares

Question 5: A man invests Rs. in buying Rs. shares and when they are selling at a premium of Rs. , he sells all the shares, Find his profit and profit per cent.

Answer:

Number of shares bought

Profit per share

Total investment

Total profit

Profit %

Question 6: Find the annual income derived from , Rs. shares paying dividend.

Answer:

Dividend per share

Total income

Question 7: A man invests Rs. in a company paying per annum, when its Rs. share can be bought for Rs. each. Find: i) His annual Income; ii) His Percentage income on his investment.

Answer:

Market price of the share

Total number of shares bought

Dividend

Therefore annual income

% income on his investment

Question 8: A man invests Rs. in a company paying per cent divided when a share of nominal value of Rs. sells at a premium of Rs. Find; i) The number of shares bought ii) Percentage income iii) Annual Income

Answer:

Nominal price of the share .

Cost price of the share .

Number of shares bought

Income

Percentage income

Question 9: A man buys Rs. shares of a company, paying per cent dividend, at a premium of Rs. . Find; i) The market value of shares; ii) His annual income iii) His profit percent.

Answer:

Nominal price of the share .

Cost price of the share .

Market value of shares .

Annual Income .

Profit %

Question 10: A man buys Rs. shares at a discount of Rs. of a company paying dividend find; i) The market value of shares; ii) His annual income; ii) His profit Percent

Answer:

Nominal price of the share .

Cost price of the share .

Market value of 120 shares .

Annual Income .

Profit %

Question 11: A man has , Rs. shares of a company paying dividend. Find his net income after paying income tax.

Answer:

Annual Income .

Taxes paid .

Net Income .

Question 12: A company pays a dividend of on its Rs. Shares from which it deducts income tax at the rate of . Find the annual income of a man who owns one thousand shares of this company.

Answer:

Annual Income .

Taxes paid .

Net Income .

Question 13: A man invests Rs. in buying shares of a company of face value of Rs. each at a premium of . If he ears Rs. at the end of the year as dividend. Find; i) The number of shares he has in the company. ii) The dividend percent per share. ** [2001]**

Answer:

Nominal price of the share .

Cost price of the share .

Number of shares bought

Dividend earned

Let the dividend % . Therefore

Question 14: A man invests Rs. in buying shares of nominal value Rs. and selling at premium. The dividend on the shares is per annum. Calculate: i) The number of shares he buys; ii) The dividend he receives. ** [1999]**

Answer:

Nominal price of the share .

Selling price of the share .

Number of shares bought

Dividend received .

Question 15: By investing Rs. in a company paying dividend, an annual income of Rs. is received. What price is paid for each of Rs.$latex 100 shares? ** [1990]**

Answer:

Let the premium

Market price

Therefore

Hence the price paid for each share