26. PROBLEM SOLVING An investor owns shares of Stock A and Stock B. The investor owns a total of 200 shares with a total value o

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26. PROBLEM SOLVING An investor owns shares of
Stock A and Stock B. The investor owns a total of
200 shares with a total value of $4000. How many
shares of each stock does the investor own?
Stock
Price
$9.50
B
$27.00

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Brielle 1 week 2021-09-15T19:48:22+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-15T19:49:43+00:00

    Answer:

    okay i’m not so sure but i’m pretty sure you will subtract the 200 from the $4,000 then multiply the stocks and then add together what you got from the $4,000-200 and the $27.00 x $9.50

    Step-by-step explanation:

    $4,000 – 200 = 3,800

    $9.50 x $27.00=256.5

    then take your 256.5 and add your 3,800 to get 4,056.5

    I hope this helped i know im probably not right but i tried!!

    Mark me brainliest

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