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Unformatted text preview: To obtain 8% she agrees to invest some of her money in noninsured corporate bonds paying 10%. How much should be placed in each investment to achieve her goal? OBJECTIVE 3 OBJECTIVE 4 Brad, who is a longdistance runner, runs at an average speed of 9 miles per hour. Three hours after Brad leaves his house, you leave in your Toyota and follow the same route. If your average speed is 45 mi/hr, how long will it be before you catch up to Brad? How far will each of you be from your home? OBJECTIVE 5 Janice can paint a fence in 6 hours. If she has her son Mike help her, they can get the fence done in 4 hours. How long would Mike take to paint the fence if he worked alone?...
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