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mean wage of 5 employee is Rs.1000 of the wages of 4 emoloyee are Rs 800 rs 1200 rs 1300 rs 900.find the wages of 5th employee?

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    Mean = Σx/n

    1000 = (800+1200+1300+900+x)/5

    Solve for x.

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