1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A large company insists that each shareholder invests at least £12,000 in the company. At present, the company has two thousand shareholders and their average investment is £13,040. How much is their total investment? Suppose that 100 new people become shareholders in the company. What is the lowest level to which the average investment could drop? Give your answer to the nearest pound. In fact a further n new people become shareholders and on average they invest £12,320. If the average investment across all the shareholders is now £12,960, find n. 2. Relevant equations and attempt at a solution 1. I did: 2000 x 13,040 = £26,080,000 (is this correct please?) 2. I did: 100 x 12,000 = £1,200,000 (total minimum investment from these 100 new shareholders) Therefore, £1,200,000 + £26,080,000 = £27,280,000 (is this correct please?) 3. I did: n x 12,320 = £12,320n (total investment from these n new shareholders) (2000+n) x £12,960 (total investment from all the shareholders old and new) What do I need to do now? I'm stuck??