For your first policy, your QOS_OUT_AF41 gets 5:75 or 1:15 or 1/16 of remaining bandwidth, which should be (1,000,000,000 - 50,000) / 16.
For your second policy, if AF41 and AF31 share the class, it would get half of the class bandwidth, which is half of the remaining bandwidth, which could be zero since Class OUT_QUEUE is PQ without a bandwidth limit.
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