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User: Doug's printing business had a revenue of $6,000 and operating costs of $4,000. How much profit did his business make?

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$6,000 - $4,000 = $2,000
Doug's printing business had a revenue of $6,000 and operating costs of $4,000. His business made $2,000 profit.
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