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You're planning to buy a boat, a motor, and some miscellaneous boating equipment. The boat costs $325, the motor costs $225, and the equipment costs $79. If you've saved $438 toward these purchases,
how much more do you need to save? A. $281 B. $291 C. $191 D. $181
You need to save an additional $191.00
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User: You're planning to buy a boat, a motor, and some miscellaneous boating equipment. The boat costs $325, the motor costs $225, and the equipment costs $79. If you've saved $438 toward these purchases, how much more do you need to save? A. $281 B. $291 C. $191 D. $181





Weegy: You need to save an additional $191.00
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User: A used motorcycle is priced at $3,438. If you borrow the money for the motorcycle, your payments will be $165 a month for 24 months. How much will you save by paying cash? A. $350 B. $500 C. $522 D. $272

Weegy: you do 165X24 to find out the total cost of the 24 month payment =3960 then subtract the 3438 from 3960 to give you the savings =522 165X24=$3,960 3960-3438=$522 :so your answer is C. $522
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