Russell, Sarah, and Terry share money in the ratio 2:5:8. Sarah has 120. How much would Russell and Terry get? Algebra Linear Equations Equations with Ratios and Proportions 1 Answer Vinay K. · EZ as pi Nov 24, 2016 Answer: Russel gets #48# and Terry gets #192# Explanation: Let their ratios be #2x:5x:8x# Sarah's part #= 5x = 120# So #x = 120/5 = 24# Russell's part #= 2x = 2xx24 = 48# Terry's part #= 8x = 8xx24 = 192# Related questions What is the difference between proportions and ratios? What is the difference between ratios and rates? What are cross products? How do you write "12 meters to 4 floors" as a rate? How do you write and simplify "150 boys to 175 girls" as a ratio? How do you solve #\frac{6}{19} = \frac{x}{11}#? How do you solve #\frac{n+1}{11} = -2#? How do you solve #\frac{0.1}{1.01} = \frac{1.9}{x}#? How do you use proportions to solve how much money the restaurant made if it serves 250 people per ... How do you solve #x/4-7=13#? See all questions in Equations with Ratios and Proportions Impact of this question 1633 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License