### Expected winnings far a ticket buyer

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A raffle has a grand prize of a European cruise valued at \$6500 with a second prize of a Las Vegas getaway valued at \$700. If each ticket costs \$3 and 8600 tickets are sold, what are the expected winnings far a ticket buyer? Express to at least three decimal place accuracy in dollar form (as opposed to cents).

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