Expenses of a business run 11/12 of revenue. One month's profit was \$16,000. Find the revenue. Please detail.
Profit(P) = Revenue(R)-Expenses(E); 16,000 = R - 11/12R; 16,000 = 1/12R; R = 16,000 *12; R = 192,000. Revenue is \$192,000.
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3(2p - 1) = 4(2.2 - p);
6p - 3 = 8.8 - 4p;
6p + 4p = 8.8 + 3;
10p = 11.8;
p = 11.8/10;
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