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Jim has a choice of two health plans through his employer. The first will allow him to pay $25 for each doctor visit and has an annual deductible of $2,200. The second has a $1,000 deductible and no co-pays. The second plan costs $3,000 more in annual premiums than the first. How much cheaper will the first plan be if John has two doctor's visits and $1,375 in bills?

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    800 725 2575 150

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    1

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    your first awnser

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    Thanks

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    no prob

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