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Seashell Corporation has 25,000 shares outstanding of 8 percent, $10 par value, cumulative preferred stock. In 2009 and 2010, no dividends were declared on preferred stock. In 2011, Seashell had a profitable year and decided to pay dividends to stockholders of both preferred and common stock. Required: If Seashell has $200,000 available for dividends in 2011, how much could it pay to the common stockholders
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