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Please help me out in solving this DI caselet.

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Let total combined income be I and total combined tax be T. just assume that A will pay 10 % tax and B 20% tax. Note that to calculate the tax of B, 10% will be on 2,00,000 and 20 % on rest income. Just take the ration of taxes of A and B (both in terms of I) and equate it to 1/2 (as evident from the tax pie chart).

Please help me out in solving this DI caselet.

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@airirm let total income be I= Ia+ Ib+ Ic+ Id where ia,b,c,d are incomes of A,BC,D respectively.

Now, TOtal income can also be written as I= 3(Ia+Ib) but I= (100/13.33)*Ia hence => Ia=(2/3)*Ib-----1)

similarly, TOTAL tax=T= 4(Ta+Tb) but T=(100/8.33)*Ta => Tb~ 2 Ta ----------2)

solving them we get Ia post tax/ Ib post tax= 9/13= 18/26

Ps- Some approximations i have taken.

Now, TOtal income can also be written as I= 3(Ia+Ib) but I= (100/13.33)*Ia hence => Ia=(2/3)*Ib-----1)

similarly, TOTAL tax=T= 4(Ta+Tb) but T=(100/8.33)*Ta => Tb~ 2 Ta ----------2)

solving them we get Ia post tax/ Ib post tax= 9/13= 18/26

Ps- Some approximations i have taken.

Please help me out in solving this DI caselet.

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