Jose Rodriguez's checking account had a starting balance of $1,234.56. He wrote a check for $115.12 for plumbing supplies and a check for $225.00 for a loan payment. Yesterday he deposited $96.75 in his checking account. What is Jose's current balance?
A. $991.19
B. $894.44
C. $1,441.19
D. $1,477.93

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Jose Rodriguez's checking account had a starting balance of $1,234.56. He wrote a check for $115.12 for plumbing supplies and a check for $225.00 for a loan payment. Yesterday he deposited $96.75 in his checking account. Jose's current balance is $991.19. Solution: = (1,234.56 + 96.75) - (115.12 + 225) = 1,331.31 - 340.12 = 991.19 (answer)

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Jose Rodriguez's checking account had a starting balance of $1,234.56. He wrote a check for $115.12 for plumbing supplies and a check for $225.00 for a loan payment. Yesterday he deposited $96.75 in his checking account. Jose's current balance is $991.19.

Solution:

= (1,234.56 + 96.75) - (115.12 + 225)

= 1,331.31 - 340.12

= 991.19 (answer)

Solution:

= (1,234.56 + 96.75) - (115.12 + 225)

= 1,331.31 - 340.12

= 991.19 (answer)

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Eliza Savage received a statement from her bank showing a checking account balance of $324.18 as of January 18. Her own checkbook shows a balance of $487.38 as of January 29. The bank returned all of the cancelled checks but three. The amounts of these three checks are $15.00, $77.49, and $124.28. How much did Eliza deposit in her account between January 18 and January 29?
A. $201.12
B. $197.24
C. $379.97
D. $54.44

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Eliza savage received a statement from her bank showing a checking account balance of $324.18 as of January 18 her own checkbook shows a balance of $487.38 as of January 29 the bank returned all of the canceled checks but three the amounts of these three checks are $15.00, $77.49 and $124.28. Eliza lose a deposit in her account between January 18 and January 29 is $379.97. check not yet processed=15 +77.49 + 124.28 =216.77 ; her balance once the three checks are processed. $324.18 - 216.77 =$107.41 ; $487.38 - 107.41 = $379.97

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A car dealer recently sold five cars for the following profits: $10,126, $9,999, $12,398, $12,007, and $4,567. What was the mean for the profits of the sales?
A. $9,819.40
B. $12,398.00
C. $10,375.00
D. $8,906.00

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A car dealer recently sold five cars for the following profits: $10,126, $9,999, $12,398, $12,007, and $4,567. The mean for the profits of the sales is $9,819.40.

Solution:

10,126 + 9,999 + 12,398 + 12,007 + 4,567 = 49,097

49,097 / 5 = 9,819.40 (answer)

Solution:

10,126 + 9,999 + 12,398 + 12,007 + 4,567 = 49,097

49,097 / 5 = 9,819.40 (answer)

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Mary Stevens earns $6 an hour at her job and is entitled to time-and-a-half for overtime and double time on holidays. Last week she worked 40 hours of regular time, 61/2 hours of overtime, and 8 hours of holiday time. How much did she earn?
A. $394.50
B. $74.37
C. $140.00
D. $190.75

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Mary Stevens earns $6 an hour at her job and is entitled to time-and-a-half for overtime and double time on holidays. Last week she worked 40 hours of regular time, 61/2 hours of overtime, and 8 hours of holiday time. She earned $394.50.

Solution:

rate: $6 per hour

regular time: 40 hrs.

overtime: 6.5/2 = 3.25; 6.5 + 3.25 = 9.75

holiday: 8 * 2 = 16

Total hours worked: 40 + 9.75 + 16 = 65.75

Earnings: 65.75 * $6 = $394.50 (answer)

Solution:

rate: $6 per hour

regular time: 40 hrs.

overtime: 6.5/2 = 3.25; 6.5 + 3.25 = 9.75

holiday: 8 * 2 = 16

Total hours worked: 40 + 9.75 + 16 = 65.75

Earnings: 65.75 * $6 = $394.50 (answer)

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Carlos Martin received a statement from his bank showing a balance of $56.75 as of March 15. His checkbook shows a balance of $87.37 as of March 20. The bank returned all the cancelled checks but two. One check was for $5.00 and the other was for $13.25. How much did Carlos deposit in his account between March 15 and March 20?
A. $11.22
B. $162.37
C. $125.87
D. $48.87

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Carlos Martin received a statement from his bank showing a balance of $56.75 as of March 15th. His checkbook shows a balance of $87.37 as of March 20. The bank returned all the cancelled checks but two. One check was for $5.00 and the other was for $13.25. Carlos deposit $48.87 in his account between the March 15 and the March 20.

Given:

Bal. as of March 15: $56.75

Bal. as of March 20: $87.37

returned checks: 5 + 13.25 = 18.25

Solution:

= (87.37 + 18.25) - 56.75

= 105.62 - 56.75

= 48.87 (answer)

Given:

Bal. as of March 15: $56.75

Bal. as of March 20: $87.37

returned checks: 5 + 13.25 = 18.25

Solution:

= (87.37 + 18.25) - 56.75

= 105.62 - 56.75

= 48.87 (answer)

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A water tank can hold 234 cubic meters of water. How many gallons can the water tank hold?
A. 61,776 gallons
B. 23,400 gallons
C. 6,176 gallons
D. .886 gallons

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A water tank can hold 234 cubic meters of water. 61,776 gallons can the water tank hold. 1 cubic meter = 264 , 234 cubic meters = 234 * 264 = 61,776 gallons.

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