A, B and C invested in partnership. A invest Rs.8000 for 6 months, B invests Rs.6000 for 4 months and C invests Rs.12000 for 3 months. C is working partner so he will get 5% extra of total profit. Find profit share of C if total profit at the end of the year is Rs.8100.

Ratio of profit share of A, B and C = 8000 x 6 : 6000 x 4 : 12000 x 3 = 4:2:3 Profit share of C out of total profit = [8100 x (5/100)] + [8100 x (95/100) x (3/9)] = Rs.2970

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