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What is your math problem
wow this must be a long question.....
hanway brought five $20bills with him to the grocery store .he spend $13.75 on meat $8.90 on fish $6.45 on milk $18.25 on vegetable $1724 on fruits and $14.23 on canned goods .how much change should Hanway receive from the five $20 bills
yes it is
k one sec let me work through it
ok take your time
ok for the fruits how much money does he spend? I want to make sure I have the right numbers down...
oops...sorryt...thats just the cents...
Muraadk your answer would be wrong... Your answer should be $21.18
yea..sorry...i thought it was just change...but yea...21.18
$20(5)=$100 Now simply subtract each of his expenses from 100 and you get your answer
wait why you mean
how should i show my work
Ok so you have 5 20 dollar bills so multiply 20 by 5 to get your total amount of money he starts off with.
so should i write what you said about multiplying
how about the rest of the money
he is working on it...
He starts with $100. First he buys $13.75 on meat 100-13.75=86.25 Then he buys $8.90 on fish 86.25-8.90=77.35 He buys $6.45 on milk 77.35-6.45=70.90 Then he buys $18.25 on vegetable 70.90-18.25=52.65 He spends $17.24 on fruits 52.65-17.24=35.41 and he spends $14.23 on canned goods 35.41-14.23=21.18 He has $21.18 left over aka this is his change.
(5*20)-$13.75 on meat -$8.90 on fish -$6.45 on milk -$18.25 on vegetable -$17.24 on fruits -$14.23 on canned goods =21.18
so should i write that as im showing my work
Probably if that is what your directions say
ok it dose so i really cant see the work will you bring it down
WHat do you mean?
i mean what you just showed me the work wasnt it long or thats it
should i write all that i showed my work
Ok give me a sec to write it down so it is easier for you
$20(5)=$100 100-13.75=86.25 86.25-8.90=77.35 77.35-6.45=70.90 70.90-18.25=52.65 52.65-17.24=35.41 35.41-14.23=21.18 Answer: $21.18 in change
There ya go
wait i have to tell you something
why is it funny
the last part says how many is he going to receive in five$20 bills
how much change should Hanway receive from the five $20 bills basically is just asking how much money is he going to have left over or recieve back as change from his 5 $20 bills (which is $100). Your answer is still $21.18
in the line it says to explan it says estimate to find wheather or not your answer is reasonable
isnt estimate rounding the number did you do that
i need help
please create a new post with the question verbatim (exactly) as written...i dont fully understand your question the way your wording it...
ok i mean it says how to explain it it says on the line below estimate to find wheather or not your answer is reasonable
and rounding estimate
OMG HELP ME
Saifa....make a NEW post....
you keep saying "I mean" "I mean"...its unclear...make a new post then others can help you...
ok you know the story pronlem you helped me with
hello some one help me
hello if no one helps me in 10 sec im never coming to this web site ever
wait im not
Saifa....for the last time....please repost your question in its entirety...if you cant do that we cant help you...its nothing personaly but we cant help you if you dont let us.
fine the problem you helped me with its done but the next queston says on the line below estimate to find wheather or not your answer is reasonable
what do you mean
do you see on the left side where it says "Ask a question..."? Type the question there...exactly how it shows up on your book...or homework assignment