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A company's profits obtained from Product A, Product B, and Product C

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A company's profits obtained from Product A, Product B, and Product C are in the ratio 47:1:2, respectively. If the total profits from these three products is $16,000, what is the profit from Product C?

A. $1,610
B. $1,290
C. $960
D. $640
E. $320

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C will get 2/50 or 1/25th of the total 16000 available.
16000/25 = 640$(Option D)

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A:B:C= 47:1:2
Therefore, C's contribution = 2/50*16000 = 640

Hence, D

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