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The four giant gas planets that are made primarily of lightweight elements are A. Earth, Saturn, Neptune, and Venus. B. Venus, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. C. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. D. Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Neptune
The four giant gas planets that are made primarily of lightweight elements are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
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From net earnings of $740 per month, Lisa Jones must spend $200 for her portion of the rent on an apartment she shares with two friends. What percent of her net income is her rent payment?
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$740 - 100%
$200 - x%
200 * 100 / 740 = 27.027 = 27
From net earnings of $740 per month, Lisa Jones must spend $200 for her portion of the rent on an apartment she shares with two friends. 27% of her net income is her rent payment.
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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?
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Updated 92 days ago|7/25/2020 7:43:10 PM
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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)
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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. $12,398.00 B. $10,375.00 C. $9,819.40 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. $9,819.40 was the mean for the profits of the sales. (10,126+9,999+12,398+12,007+4,567)/5; 49097/5= 9819.4.
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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?
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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.

Mean = 10,126 + 9,999 + 12,398 + 12,007 + 4,567÷5;
49,097/5 = $9,819.40.
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17. Jan Quint earns $11.00 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 $11.00 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. $852.50 she earn last week.



11 + (11/2) = 11 + 5.5 = $16.50.
= 11 x 2 = $22.00.
40 hours regular time = 40 x 11 = $440. 9 hours overtime = 9 x 16.50 = $148.50.
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