The ratio of investment of A, B, C and D in a business is 2 : 3 : 5 : 7. A and B started the business initially, while C

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Q 2442491333.     The ratio of investment of A, B, C and D in a business is 2 : 3 : 5 : 7. A and B started the business initially, while C and D
joined the business after 4 months. After 1 year the profit of C is equal to the average of the profit of A and D. i.e. 12000 Rs.
Then find the Share of B.
RRB-CLERK 2016 Mains 2001
A

10000 Rs

B

10800 Rs

C

12000 Rs

D

11000 Rs

E

None of these

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