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A group conducted a survey of 13,000 brides and grooms married in the United States and found that the average cost of a wedding is $26,858. Assume that the cost of a wedding is normally distributed with a mean of $26,858 and a standard deviation of $5,600.

(a)What is the minimum cost (in dollars) for a wedding to be included among the most expensive 5% of weddings? (Round your ansswer to the nearest dollar)

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