7. The Waverly Brush Company issued 4,000 shares of common stock worth \$200,000.00 total. What is the par value of each share?
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User: 7. The Waverly Brush Company issued 4,000 shares of common stock worth \$200,000.00 total. What is the par value of each share?

Weegy: The Waverly Brush Company issued 4,000 shares of common stock worth \$200,000.00 total. \$50 is the par value of each share. 200 000/4000 = 50 50 x 4000 = 200 000
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User: 8. If a company has 245 shares of common stock and \$275,000.00 to be distributed to its holders, how much would each share receive?

Weegy: If a company has 245 shares of common stock and \$275,000.00 to be distributed to its holders, each share would receive \$1,122.45. \$275,000.00/245 = \$1,122.45

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Lorenzo has a checkbook balance of \$118.00. He writes two checks, one for \$9.00 and one for \$84.25. He then deposits \$95.00. Finally, he uses his calculator to determine his new balance. Which one of the following series represents the correct order in which he should press the keys on his calculator?
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Lorenzo has a checkbook balance of \$118.00. He writes two checks, one for \$9.00 and one for \$84.25. He then deposits \$95.00. Finally, he uses his calculator to determine his new balance.
118 – 9 – 84.25 + 95 series represents the correct order in which he should press the keys on his calculator.
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