Four pupils

Four pupils divided \$ 1485 so that the second received 50% less than the first, the third 1/2 less than a fourth and fourth \$ 154 less than the first. How much money had each of them?

Result

a =  572 \$
b =  286 \$
c =  209 \$
d =  418 \$

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