anonymous
  • anonymous
Suppose Wal-Mart stock is selling at $59 a share and Mattel stock is selling at $28 a share. Amy has a maximum of $6000 to invest. She wishes to purchase four times as many shares of Wal-Mart as of Mattel. Only whole shares of stock can be purchased. a) How many shares of each will she purchase? b) How much money will be left over?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
264x=6000 x= 6000/264 x= 22 shares of Mattel 4x= 4*22= 88 shares of Wal-Mart 88*59+22*28= $ 5808 $ 6000-$5808=$192 balance

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