# MATH

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Sam bought 1 of 250 tickets selling for \$2 in a game
with a grand prize of \$400. Was \$2 a fair price to pay for
a ticket to play this game?

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expected return = (1/250)(400) = 1.6

If it was some kind of fund-raiser ?
What do you think?

• MATH -

I got -0.40 so how did you go about getting this answer

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I see how you got it now thanks

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