# Runners

For three runners (on the first to third place) is prepared 30 chocolate that they be distributed in the ratio of 3 : 2 : 1

How much chocolate will get everyone?

Result

a =  15
b =  10
c =  5

#### Solution:

$a=30 \cdot \ 3/(3+2+1) = 15$
$b=30 \cdot \ 2/(3+2+1) = 10$
$c=30 \cdot \ 1/(3+2+1) = 5$

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