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A group of workers produces 2,000 lamps per month. Their output was increased by 10% which demanded a production increase of 40 lamps per worker. How many workers are there in the group?

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    @chasingstars let x the total no. of workers in a group 2000 lamps is the total no. of lams they can produce before the increase in output 40 lamps is the 10% increase for each worker 2000(10%) = 1/x + 40

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