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A group of investors decides to invest \( 500,000 ...

A group of investors decides to invest \( 500,000 \) in the stocks of three companies. Company D sells for \( 60 \) a share and has an expected growth of \( 16 \% \) per year. Company E sells for \( 80 \) per share and has an expected growth of \( 12 \% \) per year. Company F sells for \( 30 \) a share and has an expected growth of \( 9 \% \) per year. The group plans to buy four times as many shares of company F as of company E. The group's goal is \( 13.68 \% \) growth per year. 

Answer

\(x= 5000\\y= 1000\\4y= 4000\)

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