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if a guy had $100 and he wanted to buy a pair of nice nikes and they were $60.99 but he also saw these really nice converese for $39.00 he bought both of those now how much money would he have left if he went to another store and bought a pair of sock for $3.00 how much monery does he have left ?

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  1. anonymous
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    sorry for the misspeled words gosh :)

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    100-60.99=39.01 39.01-39=0.01 0.01-3=-2.99 He can only do this if he gets $2.99 more than the $100 he already has

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    okay thank you guys so much for answering :)

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    He would have -2.99

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    :) ty

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