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Alice has grades of 98, 93, 82, and 89. If all of the grades count the same, what is the lowest grade she can make on the next test to have average of 92?

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0.92 * 500 = 460

98 + 93 + 82 + 89 + x = 460

362 + x = 460

x = 460 - 362

x = ?

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