A invests $12000, B invests $8000, C invests $6000 and they got a profit of $1200. How much share A got more than B and C?

2/13 and 3/13
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  • Feb 5th, 2010
 

Ratio of amt invested by A & B=3:2

Ratio of amt invested by B & C=4:3
Thus, Ratio of amt invested by 3 of them=A:B:C=3:2:1.5
Profit got to A more than B=(3/6.5)-(2/6.5)=(1/6.5)=2/13
Profit got to A more than C=(3/6.5)-(1.5/6.5)=(1.5/6.5)=3/13.

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