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Four friends win $120,000 in the lottery, and they divided t

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Four friends win $120,000 in the lottery, and they divided the winnings in a 1:2:4:5 ratio

Quantity A
Quantity B
The difference between the greatest and least share
$40,000


A The quantity in Column A is greater
B The quantity in Column B is greater
C The two quantities are equal
D The relationship cannot be determined from the information given
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Re: Four friends win $120,000 in the lottery, and they divided t [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2018, 21:40
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Four friends win $120,000 in the lottery, and they divided the winnings in a 1:2:4:5 ratio

Quantity A
Quantity B
The difference between the greatest and least share
$40,000


A The quantity in Column A is greater
B The quantity in Column B is greater
C The two quantities are equal
D The relationship cannot be determined from the information given


We can write as,

x + 2x +3x + 4x +5x =120,000

or x = 10,000

SO the price money is divided as : 10,000 : 20,000 : 40,000 : 50,000

Quantity A:- difference between the greatest and least share = 50,000 -10,000 =40,000

Hence option C
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