Profits

Two members will make profit 52 000, - EUR. The forst earned 8% more and the second 10% more and thus earned together 56 700, - EUR. How many will initially each earn?

Correct result:

a =  25000 eur
b =  27000 eur

Solution:


a+b=52000
a•1.08+b•1.10 = 56700

a+b = 52000
1.08a+1.1b = 56700

a = 25000
b = 27000

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