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If 99 people had a mean income of $12,000, how much is the mean income increased by the addition of a single income of $200,000?

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  1. 12,000 * 99 - 1,188,000

    (1,188,000 + 200,000) / 100 = $13,880

    $13,880 - 12,000 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you, Mrs. Sue. I now understand this type of problem! :)

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  3. You're welcome, KG :-)

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  4. If 99 people had a mean income of $45,000, how much is the mean income increased by the addition of a single income of 250,000

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