Moe earns 14 percent more than her husband Joe. Together they make 68000 per year. What is Joe’s annual salary?

I'm not sure if this is a proportional problem.

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  1. Wait how is this physics??

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  2. I think it's about sig figs for physics.

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  3. Ohh my bad sorry

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  4. Let J be what Joe earns.
    J + 1.14J = 2.14J = 68000.
    J = 31,775.70
    Round to three sig figs: $31,800.

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