﻿ For each of the last 3 months, olga saved \$75, \$96, and \$84. what is the minimum amount she should save next month in order to save an
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# For each of the last 3 months, olga saved \$75, \$96, and \$84. what is the minimum amount she should save next month in order to save an average of \$90 per month for these 4 months?

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