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# If an orchard bears 2,000 apples every year, and the farmer sells 1,960 for $3 each. How much money does he have?

Question:

A
5,880

Explaination

If the farmer earns $3 per apple, he should earn 1,960 times that amount for 1,960 apples. Therefore, he earns 1,960*3 = $5,880 for 1,960 apples.

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