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posted by tonya .
Now let’s assume that 10 years from now you have a family and two children. You have a good job and are earning $30,000 a year. Your company has a $25,000 group life insurance policy for all employees. Most experts say you need to have 7 times your salary in life insurance. How much more life insurance do you need?

30,000 * 7 = ?
Subtract 25,000 from the above product to find how much more insurance you need. 
30,000*7=21,0000 21,000025,000=185000

did ppl take a lunch break

This part is right.
30,000*7=210,000
This part is wrong.
210,000  25,000 = ? 
what is the answer to the second part

210,00025,000=24790

I'm sorry. Both of your answers are correct.
210,000  25,000 = 185,000 
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You can always use this website or www.google.com to check your computations. 
thank u for all of the help

You're welcome.
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