Employees

There are 1116 people working in three factory halls. In the first one, there are 18% more than the third, and 60 persons more than the second. How many employees work in individual halls?

Result

a =  413
b =  353
c =  350

Solution:


a+b+c=1116
a = 1.18 * c
a = 60+b

a+b+c = 1116
a-1.18c = 0
a-b = 60

a = 413
b = 353
c = 350

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