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A man has two sons . To the elder he gave 5/11 of his property,to the younger 5/11 of remainder , the rest to his wife. Find the share of the sons if his wife gets Rs.3600?
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1st son = 5/11
2nd son =30/121
so take father property = 121units
1st son get 55, 2nd gets 30 and wife gets 36
36 units = 3600
=> 1st son gets 5500
=> 2nd son gets 3000
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