This Is How It Is

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CIV(Ajay) = CLV(Ravi) + CLV(Mehak) + CIV(Ravi) +CIV(Mehak)

= 20 + 10 + CIV(Ravi) + CIV(Mehak)

Now to find out CIV of Ravi & Mehak

CIV(Ravi) = CLV(Anita) + 0.5 * CLV(Vijay)+ CIV(Anita) + 0.5 CIV (Vijay)

= 30 + 10 + CIV (Anita) + 0.5 * CIV(Vijay)

CIV(Mehak) = 0.5 * CLV (Vijay) + 0.5 CIV(Vijay)

= 10 + 0.5 * CIV(Vijay)

Finding out CIV of Anita & Vijay

CIV(Anita)= 0.5 * CLV(Tanya) + 0.5 * CIV(Tanya)

= 20 + 0.5 * CIV(Tanya)

CIV(Vijay)= 0.5 * CLV(Tanya) + 0.5 * CIV(Tanya)

= 20 + 0.5 * CIV(Tanya)

Finding out CIV of Tanya

CIV(Tanya) = CLV (Anandita) + 0.5 * CIV(Anandita)

= 10 + 0

CIV(Tanya) = 10

Thus making us of this we can determine the CIV of each following g a reverse pattern

CIV(Vijay)         = 20 + 5 = 25

CIV(Anita)         = 20 + 5 = 25

CIV(Mehak)        = 10 + 12.5 = 22.5

CIV(Ravi)         = 30 + 10 + 25 + 12.5 = 77.5

CIV(Ajay)         = 20 + 10 + 77.5 + 22.5 = 130

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