Don Price bought a $70,000 house. He rents the house for $900 per month. He has $700 in monthly expenses. (1) What is the amount of the annual rent?

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wwjd

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lol!:) Do you know Jesus?

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Why would you ask that question for?

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- anonymous

That's not even funny man

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

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

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Its his own question @AnimalAin

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Wow

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

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

- anonymous

Can someone just answer his question? Poor guy. the responders are not even talking about what he is asking

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

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He's bored

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Thank you kk1022. :)

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AnimalAin answer is the one I would put my faith in

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I'm not bored. I have a question. I was just commenting on what benice said. There is nothing wrong with that.

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Exactly

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So can anybody explan? :)

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Did you read my posts above?

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The question is about the rent. Which of the three numbers in the question is about the rent?
umm.. 70,000, 900, and 700

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the question is asking simple what is the annual rent .....
the other figures are there to test your beliefs

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

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well said benice

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

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How many months in a year?

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12

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You multiply 900 by 12

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

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multiply

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So the answer is.....

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10,800

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Don't forget the dollar sign.

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

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

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

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not sure..

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A minute ago we were concerned with the rent. Now we are concerned with the expenses. Which number in the problem is concerned with expenses?

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$700

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

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12

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So what do you do?

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You would multiply 700 by 12.

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and then you get $8,400

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Good.

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

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@AnimalAin, such a good teacher

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

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

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

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This is business math

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The investment is $70,000. The net income (rent less expenses) is $200 a month, or $2400 a year. So the percentage would be\[\frac{2400}{70000}\approx 3.4~percent\]

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Although, I'm not certain that is exactly the way your teacher or the author of the text would figure it.

- anonymous

Alright that really helped! Thank you! Thank you for actually taking the time to explain that to me so I can memorize the process to apply to other similar problems. :)

- anonymous

No sweat.

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