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English the total income from two investment is $2350. the investment at 9% producers $ 350 more than the investment at 8%. how much is invested at each rate?

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    the total income from two investment is $2350. the investment at 9%
    producers $ 350 more than the investment at 8%. how much is invested at
    each rate?

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Let x = the investment return at 8%

Then x + 350 = the investment return at 9%

The investment at 8% + the investment at 9% = $2350 or x + x + 350 = 2350

Solving for x gives x=1000 Return at 8% was $1000 Return at 9% was %1350

Investment at 8% is formulated as follows. Y = (Initial investment) (.08) = $1000
.08Y = $1000 Y=$12,500 Using the same process for the 9% investment yields an initial investment of $15,000

Initial Investment at 8% = $12,500

Initial Investment at 9% = =$15,000


Hope this helps Good Luck Loringh

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