An investor has an account with stock from two different companies. Last year, his stock in Company A was worth


An investor has an account with stock from two different companies. Last year, his stock in Company A was worth $1790 and his stock in Company B was worth $1000. The stock in Company A has increased 20% since last year and the stock in Company B has increased 22%. What was the total percentage increase in the investor’s stock account? Round your answer to the nearest tenth (if necessary).


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