Summerjob

Albert, Beny, Cyril and Dan worked on summerjob. From the total revenue Albert received 2/5, Beny 1/6 , 3/10 Cyril and Dan the rest which is 324 euros.

How many euros earned every one of them?

Result

A =  972 Eur
B =  405 Eur
C =  729 Eur
D =  324 Eur

Solution:

A = 2/5 x
B = 1/6 x
C = 3/10 x
D = 324
D = x-A-B-C

5A-2x = 0
6B-x = 0
10C-3x = 0
D = 324
A+B+C+D-x = 0

A = 972
B = 405
C = 729
D = 324
x = 2430

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