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Directly proportional division


A direct proportional division consists of dividing one number in parts, directly proportional. The higher the proportion, the greater the part.
For example: The division of household expenses in proportion to the earnings of participants:
Monthly costs = $1,500.00; Net income of the participants: A = $1,500.00; B = $1,000.00; C = $500.00;
N = Amount for the division = 1500;
Proportions (X): a = 1500; b = 1000; C = 500;
Solution:
Participants: A = $750.00; B = $500.00; C = $250.00.
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