maximum loss method, Financial Accounting

a,b,c carried on business and their profit and loss ratio 3:4:5.they decided dissolve the partnership as on 1st july,2011.the following balance sheet.....
creditors-10000
loan A/c-B-2000
sundry assets-36000capital account...
a-12000
B-8000
C-4000

the net amount realised....
1st instalment 5000
2nd 10000
3rd 5100
4th-6300
5th-5700
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