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Adelaide opened a checking account with $200. After a year, during which her balance had increased by 50%, she withdrew 50% of the total balance. How much was left in the account?
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Updated 10/28/2012 7:36:45 AM
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The remaining balance will be $150.


The $200 that Adelaide deposit became $300 because of the 50% increase.Then she withdraw the 50% of $300 then the remaining balance will be $150.
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$200 in a checking account that will earn 3% interest compounded annually. If she closes the account after two years and incurs a closing charge of $2.75, how much money will she have?
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Updated 10/28/2012 8:01:01 AM
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She will have $209.25.

The $200 checking account earned 6% for 2 years which became $212. Then by subtracting the closing charge which is $2.75 we can get the total money remainder, the $209.25.
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weight of 6 crates of cantaloupes is 61 pounds. If three of the crates weigh 72, 59, and 70 pounds, respectively, which of the following could be the weights, in pounds, of the other three crates?
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Updated 10/28/2012 7:48:01 AM
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Please don't ask for choices. We are not supposed to do that especially if the question is answerable even without choices. Please read the basic rules.
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Alejandro bought $14.65 worth of groceries and paid with a $20 bill. He then went to the hardware store to buy as many fuses as he could with the change. If the fuses cost 35 cents apiece (and he paid no tax), how many fuses did he buy?
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Updated 10/28/2012 8:10:46 AM
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Alejandro buy 15 pieces of fuses.

He had a $5.35 change from the grocery. The change could buy 15 pieces of fuses.
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