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a factory wanted to produce 7600 radios. at first, they planned to produce 600 radios a day. however, 8 days later, the remaining radios had to be produced in 4 days. how many more radios than originally planned had to be produced everyday?

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  1. 8*600 = 4800 radios produced.
    That leaves 2800 more to be done in 4 days.

    I think probably you can take it from there.

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    posted by Steve

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