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Abraham, Bonnie, Cathy and Darlene distribute the $10,000

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Abraham, Bonnie, Cathy and Darlene distribute the $10,000 profit from business deal so that Abraham gets half as much as Bonnie and v times as much as Cathy and Darlene combined. If Cathy and Darlene´s share is divided into seven equal parts, what percent of $200 will Darlene receive if she is given n of these parts?

(A) 5n/(21v+7) (B) 15n/(21v+3) (C) 150n/(21v+3) (D) 5000n/(21v+7) (E) none of these
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New post 07 Jul 2006, 04:44
Halllo kevincan , I wil give it a try
A=b/2
A=v*(c+d)
v*(c+d)+2*v*(c+d)+(c+d)=10,000$
(c+d)*(3v+1)=10,000$
then C+D=10,000/(3v+1) divide by 7, c+d=10,000/(21v+7)
Darlene's share is 10,000*n/(21V+7) divide by 200$ and multiply by 100 to convert into percent seems like D
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