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A new law requires a 5% of an individual's income be invested in the stock market. your account shows that you need to put $815 in the stock market this year. how much did you earn this year

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  1. If you had to put $815 in the stock market this year, that means that 815 is 5% of your income.

    Let's take the income as x.

    5% of x = 815
    => (5/100)*x = 815
    => x = 815*(100/5)
    => x = 815*20
    => x = $16300

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  2. Basically A

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  3. you could just divide 420 by .12 to get your answer. ig is not that difficult

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  4. I love brie it is my fav cheese

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  5. I love all cheeses
    I'm a little to in love with cheese
    Lol

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  6. Welp

    Let's all talk about cheese and forget about school U-U

    Lol

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  7. Who likes havarti cheese? I like havarti cheese. And colby jack. Colby jack goes with anything.

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  8. i like white american cheese 👀

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