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A nursery has $40,000 of inventory in

dogwood trees and red maple trees. The profit on a dogwood tree is 27% and the profit on a red maple tree is 19%. The profit for the entire stock is 20%. How much was invested in each type of tree?

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This question we can solved
by alligation
or simply by equation
D - dogwood
R - Red maple
Now D + R = 40,500 -
27 1. D + 19/. R= 20% ( D+R)
2) . 27 D + . 19 R = - 20 ( DR )
Now from agh D
D =...

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