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For a two week period, John and Amanda had the following transactions occur to their checking account: a deposit of $1,644.50; checks written for $190, $45, and $7.50; and debit card transactions for $30, $5.59, $7.20, and $21.30. What is the ending balance for this time frame?
Solution: 190 + 45 + 7.50 + 30 + 5.59 + 7.20 + 21.3 = 306.59; 1644.50 – 306.59 = $1337.91.
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Solution: 190 + 45 + 7.50 + 30 + 5.59 + 7.20 + 21.3 = 306.59; 1644.50 – 306.59 = $1337.91.
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