# Dividend

## Trending Questions

**Q.**

Find the dividend due at the end of a year on 500 shares of ₹ 75 each, if half-yearly dividend is 4%

₹ 2500

₹ 3000

₹ 2000

₹ 1500

**Q.**

A man wants to buy 62 shares available at ₹ 132 (par value being 100). If the dividend is 7.5%, find his annual income

₹ 475

₹ 460

₹ 470

₹ 465

**Q.**

A man invests ₹60, 000 in shares of a company which pays 12 % dividend at a time when a ₹100 share costs ₹120. Find :-

a) Number of shares he bought.

b) the annual income from his shares.

i) 500 , (ii) ₹6000

i) 550 , (ii) ₹6500

i) 400 , (ii) ₹5000

i) 200 , (ii) ₹20, 000

**Q.**

Ashok and Sandeep invested Rs 18000 each in buying shares of two different companies, Ashok buys 7.5%. Rs 100 share at a discount of 20%, whereas Sandeep buys Rs 50 share at a premium of 20%. If both receive equal dividend at the end of the year, then the rate of dividend received by Sandeep is

12%

11.25%

12.25%

11%

**Q.**

Mr. Ram Gopal invested ₹ 8000 in 7%. ₹ 100 shares at ₹ 80. After a year he sold there share at ₹ 75 each and invested the proceeds (including his dividend) in 18%. ₹ 25 shares at ₹ 41. Find this annual dividend in 1st & 2nd year are

₹ 900 & ₹ 700 respectively.

₹ 700 & ₹ 900 respectively.

₹ 700 & ₹ 200 respectively

₹ 200 & ₹ 700 respectively

**Q.**

Divide ₹ 40, 608 such that if one part is invested in 8%. ₹ 100 shares at 8% discount and the second part is invested in 9% % , ₹ 100 shares at 8 % premium , then the annual income from both the investments are equal.

₹ 20142 & ₹ 20466 respectively

₹ 19872 & ₹ 20736 respectively

₹ 19772 & ₹ 20836 respectively

₹ 19955 & ₹ 20653 respectively

**Q.**

A company pays a dividend of 20% on its ₹10 shares from which it deducts income tax at the rate of 18%. Find the annual income of a man after tax who owns one thousand shares of this company.

- ₹1370
- ₹1640
- ₹1200
- ₹1270

**Q.**

A man has a choice to invest in hundred - rupee shares of two companies A & B. Shares of company A are available at 20 % premium and pays 8 % dividend whereas shares of company B are available at a discount of 10% and it pays 7% dividend. If the man invested equally in both the companies and the sum of the return from there is ₹ 936, then how much, in all does he invest?

₹ 11920

₹ 12960

₹ 11280

₹ 12920

**Q.**

Ajeet invests ₹ 9000 in a company paying a dividend of 6% per annum when its ₹ 100 shares can be bought for ₹ 150. Find :-

i) his annual income

ii) If he sells 50% of his shares at ₹ 200 each, what is his gain in this transaction?

i) 260 ii) ₹ 1000

i) ₹ 160 ii) ₹ 2000

i) ₹ 360 ii) ₹ 1500

i) ₹ 260 ii) ₹ 2500

**Q.**

A man bought 750 share, each face of value of ₹10, of a certan business concern and during the first year, receives ₹675 as dividend on his shares. Find the rate of dividend.

8%

7%

9%

10%