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Tracy and Max determined that their vacation they would like to take for their anniversary would cost 2.250 , if they put the money saved by making their own coffee into vacation account would there
be enough money in eight months to take their vacation?
Previously, Max spends $120 per month Tracey spends $90 per month 1(30) = $30 per month . Therefore, they will save: (120+90) - 30 = 210 - 30 = $180 . That is, [ [ [ they will save $180 per month if they make their own coffee instead of buying it. Please be kind and click good answer. ] ] ]
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User: Tracy and Max determined that their vacation they would like to take for their anniversary would cost 2.250 , if they put the money saved by making their own coffee into vacation account would there be enough money in eight months to take their vacation?

Weegy: Previously, Max spends $120 per month Tracey spends $90 per month 1(30) = $30 per month . Therefore, they will save: (120+90) - 30 = 210 - 30 = $180 . That is, [ [ [ they will save $180 per month if they make their own coffee instead of buying it. Please be kind and click good answer. ] ] ]
Expert answered|iwijessiwi|Points 11|

User: If Tracy and Max make their own specialty blend of coffee. They estimate that it costs 1.00 for every 2 cups of coffee. Determine how much they are saving by making their own coffee.

Weegy: they will save $180 per month if they make their own coffee instead of buying it.
Expert answered|iwijessiwi|Points 11|

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