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An investor has a choice of 2 investment opportunities. The first investment yields a gain of $2900 with probability of 0.39, a gain of $1100 with probability of 0.28, and otherwise a loss of $1000. Investment #2 yields a gain of $2000 with probability of .2, $400 with a probability of .7, and a loss of $1000 with a probability of 0.1. What is the expected dollar gain or loss of investment #1? (please express your answer using 2 decimal places)

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To generate leads for new business, Gustin Investment Services
offers free financial planning seminars at major hotels in
Southwest Florida. Gustin conducts seminars for groups of 25
individuals. Each seminar costs Gustin $3900, and the average
first-year commission for each new account opened is $4500. Gustin
estimates that for each individual attending the seminar, there is
a 0.01 probability that he/she will open a new account.
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To generate leads for new business, Gustin Investment Services
offers free financial planning seminars at major hotels in
Southwest Florida. Gustin conducts seminars for groups of 25
individuals. Each seminar costs Gustin $3000, and the average
first-year commission for each new account opened is $5300. Gustin
estimates that for each individual attending the seminar, there is
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planning seminars at major hotels in Southwest Florida. Gustin
conducts seminars for groups of 25 individuals. Each seminar costs
Gustin $3600, and the average first-year commission for each new
account opened is $5500. Gustin estimates that for each individual
attending the seminar, there is a 0.01 probability that he/she will
open a new account.
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