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Kim divided her complete wealth among her three sons - A, B, C in the

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Kim divided her complete wealth among her three sons - A, B, C in the ratio 2:3:2. Did B receive more than $1,000,000 as his share?

(1) B received 50% more in his share than that received by C.

(2) A received $800,000 as his share.
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Kim divided her complete wealth among her three sons - A, B, C in the ratio 2:3:2. Did B receive more than $1,000,000 as his share?

(1) B received 50% more in his share than that received by C.

(2) A received $800,000 as his share.


Statement 01 : It still in the ratio format. all we can say is B received 50% more than A & C.....................NOT SUFFICIENT
Statement 02 : A=C=800,000 & B=1,200,000 Thus B received more than $1,000,000 as his share...................SUFFICIENT.... Hence Ans B
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