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A local newspaper distributes this list of advertising rates on its rate card: No. of column-inches Advertising rate per column-inch 0—35,000 $2.00 35,001—70,000 $1.90 70,001—100,000 $1.75 100,001—150,000 $1.65 More than 150,000 $1.50 A retail advertiser contracted for 100,000 column-inches of advertising space during the past year. At the end of the year, the retailer had purchased 110,000 column-inches of space in that newspaper. Did the retailer earn the contract—or a rebate, or a short rate—and if so, how much? Please show any calculations you make. Clearly indicate your answer:
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