Aptitude test for Government jobs

Q.  A, B and C invested Rs. 10,000, Rs. 12,000 and Rs. 15,000 respectively to start a resort. P sees the growth of their business and then joins them after 8 months with Rs. 6,000. They earn a profit of Rs. 1560 at the end of the year. What would be difference of shares of profit of C and P?

a. Rs. 520
b. Rs. 640
c. Rs. 420
d. Rs. 450


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