Profitability index of a project, Financial Accounting

Using the profitability index, which of the following projects should be accepted?

Project M:  NPV = $60,000     NINV =    $200,000

Project N:  NPV = $10,000     NINV =     $30,000

Project O:  NPV = $2,000      NINV =      $5,000

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