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There are some aster flowers, oleander flowers and passion flowers in a garden.
The ratio of the number of passion flowers to the total number of flowers in the garden is 4 : 13.
There are 450 aster flowers and 360 oleander flowers.
Passion flowers are sold at 10 for a $3.
Aster flowers are sold at 2 for 50 cents.
Oleander flowers are sold at 4 for a dollar.
How much money could be collected from the sale of all the flowers in the garden?
Notes to students:
- Round off your answer to 2 decimal places.