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a restaurant manager lost $415 in business during the month of january. business picked up in february, and he ended that month with a profit of $1580.
(a). what was the manager's profit after january and february??
(b) what if...? the restaurant lost $245 in business during the month of march. what was the manager's profit after january, feb., and march?
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