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A raffle is being held to benefit the local animal shelter. They sell 832 tickets that donot win any prize, 9 tickets that win a free adoption (valued at $20), and one ticket thatwins $122 worth of pet supplies and toys. If they are selling the tickets for $5 each, howmuch should the shelter expect to earn for each ticket sold?Round to the nearest cent, as needed

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A raffle is being held to benefit the local animal shelter. They sell 832 tickets that do
not win any prize, 9 tickets that win a free adoption (valued at $20), and one ticket that
wins $122 worth of pet supplies and toys. If they are selling the tickets for $5 each, how
much should the shelter expect to earn for each ticket sold?
Round to the nearest cent, as needed
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A raffle is being held to benefit the local animal shelter. They sell 832 tickets that do not win any prize, 9 tickets that win a free adoption (valued at $20), and one ticket that wins $122 worth of pet supplies and toys. If they are selling the tickets for $5 each, how much should the shelter expect to earn for each ticket sold? Round to the nearest cent, as needed

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Total number of tickets sold = 832+9+1 = 842

Price of each ticket = $5

Total income from 842...

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