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Based on your post the new investor would not get the full value of his investment. For the new investor to get 20%, the totlal number of shares outstanding would be 375,000 and the new investor would get 75,000 shares. This would be about 9.6% less than the value added.
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FYI to get the full value of the investment, the new investor would get 29.57% or a total of 119,992 shares.