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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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.

118 – 9 – 84.25 + 95 series represents the correct order in which he should press the keys on his calculator.

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Kim was solving a problem using the six steps. First, she read the problem. Then she wrote down the facts and figures. Next, she knew she had to find a relation between what's given and what mathematical operation will work. method should be used to check her work. must be found. label to use in the answer.

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Kim was solving a problem using the six steps. First, she read the problem. Then she wrote down the facts and figures. Next, she knew she had to find method should be used to check her work.

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Jan Quint earns $7.00 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, 9 hours of overtime, and 12 hours of holiday time. How much did she earn last week?

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Jan Quint earns $7.00 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, 9 hours of overtime, and 12 hours of holiday time. She earned $542.50 last week.

Solution:

Regular hours: 40 * 7 = 280

Overtime hours: 9/2 = 4.5 + 9 = 13.5 * 7 = 94.50

Holiday time: 12 * 2 = 24 * 7 = 168

Total earned: 280 + 94.50 + 168 = 542.50 (answer)

Solution:

Regular hours: 40 * 7 = 280

Overtime hours: 9/2 = 4.5 + 9 = 13.5 * 7 = 94.50

Holiday time: 12 * 2 = 24 * 7 = 168

Total earned: 280 + 94.50 + 168 = 542.50 (answer)

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Juan Ramirez sells suits in a major department store on weekends. He earns a commission of 5 percent on the first ten suits, and if he sells more than ten, he earns an additional 3 percent on the additional suits. Last weekend Juan sold thirteen $250 suits. $185.00 was his commission. 10 (250 *.05) + 3 (250 *.08) = $185.00.

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