# how to find sacrificing ratio of the partners

Sacrificing Ratio is the ratio in which the old or existing partners forego their share of profit in favour of the new or incoming partner. It can be defined to be the ratio in which the new partner is given the share by the old partner is given the share by the old partners is the Sacrificing Ratio.

Sacrificing Ratio = Old Ratio - New Ratio

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SR=OR-NR

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sr=old ratio-new ratio

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sacrificing ratio=old ratio-new ratio

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S.R = OLD RATIO OF PARTNERS -- NEW RATIO OF OLD PARTNERS

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old ratio of partnes-new ratio of partners.....

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Sacrifice Ratio is to be calculated in Admission of Partner & it is to be calculated as under :

Sacrifice ratio = Old Ratio (-) New Ratio

In some problems the sacrifice ratio is itself given.

for e.g. A & B  are partners sharing profits and losses 3:2 they admitted C into partnership on 1/4 share which he acquires 3/4 from A and 1/4 from B.  Thus sacrifice Ratio of A & B Partners are 3/4 & 1/4 i.e. 3:1.

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Sacrifing ratio = old Share of partner - New Share of partner

If the answer is in -ve then the partners is gaining but if answer is in +ve then the partners is sacrificing .......

Make each Denominator of answer same and then the ratio will be sacrifing ratio...

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old - new

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Sacrificing Ratio is the ratio in which the old or existing partners forego their share of profit in favour of the new or incoming partner. It can be defined to be the ratio in which the new partner is given the share by the old partner is given the share by the old partners is the Sacrificing Ratio.

Sacrificing Ratio = Old Ratio - New Ratio

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Sacrificing ratio= Old ratio - New ratio

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There are different cases for that. And to know those cases you may look upon T.S Grewal class 12th Part-1 as well as in the study material given in the meritnation website itself.

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The Equation for Calculating Sacrificing ratio is Old Ratio=New Ratio. But cases are different. Eg. A and B are Partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2 , They admit C into Partnership for 1/6 th Share which he will earn 2/3 from A and 1/3 form B .Calculate the new ratio. Or Sacrifice by A and B

A and B 's Sacrifice in this case is calculated as under:

A= 1/6 x 2/3= 2/18 (1/9) (ie2/3 part of 1/6th share given to C) B= 1/6 x 1/3= 1/18 ( is 1/3 part of 1/6thShare given to C)

So their New Ratio is A= 3/5- 1/9 = 27-5/45= 22/45 , B = 2/5 - 1/8 = 36-5/90 = 31/90. New Ratio of A B C is 44:31:15 (C = 1/6 = 15/90)
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Sorry, Please Read the Equation above Old Ratio - New Ratio (Instated of Old Ratio =New Ratio)
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Sacrificing ratio= old ratio - new ratio
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Sacrificing Ratio = Old Ratio - New Ratio
SR = OR - NR

EXAMPLE :
A nad B are partners in the ratio of 2:1. They decided to admit C. The new ratio of them is 3:2:1. Calculate Sacrificing ratio.
Sacrificing Ratio of A = 2/3 - 3/6 =1/6
Sacrificing Ratio of B = 1/3 - 2/6 =0
means only A sacrifice .
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Sacrificing ratio = old ratio - new ratio
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The Equation for Calculating Sacrificing ratio is Old Ratio=New Ratio. But cases are different. Eg. A and B are Partners sharing profits in the ratio of 3:2 , They admit C into Partnership for 1/6 th Share which he will earn 2/3 from A and 1/3 form B .Calculate the new ratio. Or Sacrifice by A and B

A and B 's Sacrifice in this case is calculated as under:

A= 1/6 x 2/3= 2/18 (1/9) (ie2/3 part of 1/6th share given to C) B= 1/6 x 1/3= 1/18 ( is 1/3 part of 1/6thShare given to C)

So their New Ratio is A= 3/5- 1/9 = 27-5/45= 22/45 , B = 2/5 - 1/8 = 36-5/90 = 31/90. New Ratio of A B C is 44:31:15 (C = 1/6 = 15/90)
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Sr = old ratio - new ratio
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