"The some of money" ????
"The sum of money"
if received $120 more ??? , if who received ....
After you fix the question, here is how you can get started:
let A = 2x, let B = 3x, and let C = 8x
(somebody's share) - (somebody else's share) = 120
decide who is who, and you can solve for x
then find values for A, B, and C
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