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Jan brings in $2,941. She wants $100 in cash, put 20% of the remaining amount into her savings account,and then put the rest into her checking account. How much money will Jan be putting into her
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Jan starts with $2,941. She wants $100 in cash. Of the remaining $2,841, she puts 20% into her savings account, $2,841 * 20%=$568.20. After putting $568.20 in her savings account, she has $2,841-$568.20=$2,272.80 to put into her checking account.
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Jan starts with $2,941. She wants $100 in cash. Of the remaining $2,841, she puts 20% into her savings account, $2,841 * 20%=$568.20.

After putting $568.20 in her savings account, she has $2,841-$568.20=$2,272.80 to put into her checking account.
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