# math

Assume that Mary Boyle had a homeowner’s insurance policy with \$ 150,000 of coverage on the dwelling. Would a 90 percent co- insurance clause be better than an 80 percent clause in such a policy?

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1. What criteria would you use to indicate "better"?

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