Mathematics

Question

10. Andrew Galen had a checking balance of $1.39 Monday morning. His net wages
of $512.89 were transferred by direct deposit at 11:00 a.m. to his checking
account. Later that evening, Andrew made online payments of $3.24, $18.30,
$38.96, $100.34, and $314.78. His goal is to keep only a $10 balance in his
checking account and have most of his money in savings. How much money
was available in Andrew's checking account to be transferred to savings after
all the transactions were completed?

1 Answer

  • $28.38

    1.39 + 512.89= $514.28

    3 + 18 + 38 + 100 + 314 = $473

    .24 + .30 + .96 + .34 + .78 = $2.62

    473 +2.62 = $475.62

    514 - 475.62 = $38.38

    38.38 - 10 = $28.38
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