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vickie earns \$20,000 a year as a bookkeeper. if she receives a raise of 2%, how could her new total salary be represented?

1. 0.02(\$20,000)
2. \$20,000/0.02
3. 0.02(\$20,000)+ 0.02
4. 0.02(\$20,000)+ \$20,000
5. \$20,000/0.02 + \$20,000

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Her new salary would not be \$400.

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