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Jim Broke’s only source of income comes from his job as a qu [#permalink]
20 Nov 2011, 04:44
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Jim Broke’s only source of income comes from his job as a question writer. In this capacity, Jim earns a flat salary of $200 per week plus a fee of $9 for every question that he writes. Every year, Jim takes exactly two weeks of unpaid vacation to visit his uncle, a monk in Tibet, and get inspired for the next year. If a regular year consists of 52 weeks and the number of questions that Jim wrote in each of the past 5 years was an odd number greater than 20, which of the following could be Jim’s median annual income over the past 5 years?
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