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wwjd

lol!:) Do you know Jesus?

Why would you ask that question for?

That's not even funny man

Becuase benice asked wwjd. That stands for what would Jesus do. :)

He would probably sort out the unimportant information, and answer the question.

Its his own question @AnimalAin

Wow

What information given in the problem is important, and what isn't?

That's to funny! I'm sorry for the confusion. :) So I still don't understand the process...?

The question is about the rent. Which of the three numbers in the question is about the rent?

He's bored

Thank you kk1022. :)

AnimalAin answer is the one I would put my faith in

Exactly

So can anybody explan? :)

Did you read my posts above?

You are not reading very carefully. Only one of the numbers is about the rent. Which one?

well said benice

Um... He rents his house for 900 a month.

How many months in a year?

12

You multiply 900 by 12

Well, we now have two numbers, 900 and 12. What do you suppose we ought to do with them?

multiply

So the answer is.....

10,800

Don't forget the dollar sign.

$10.800. :) The second part to the question was What is the ammount of the annual expenses?

I didnt mean to write a decimal I meant a comma. :)

OK, the pattern of this problem is very similar to the one we just did. What are you going to do?

not sure..

$700

How many months of the year does he have those expenses?

12

So what do you do?

You would multiply 700 by 12.

and then you get $8,400

Good.

What is the rate of income to the nearest tenth of a percent?

@AnimalAin, such a good teacher

I agree! The best on here I've had so far. :)

Not sure about the intent of the question. Is that exactly the way it's worded?

Yes that was the third part. I says,
What is his rate of income to the nearest tenth of a percent.

This is business math

No sweat.