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An investor owns $5,000 of Adobe Systems stock, $2,000 of Dow Chemical, and $9,000 of Office Depot. What are the portfolio weights of each stock? (Round your answers to 4 decimal places.)

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Adobe System  
Dow Chemical  
Office Depot  
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