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Ivy Gould was hospitalized for 17 days. Her total bill for medical care was $24,490. Ivy’s major medical coverage pays for 85% of medical expenses above a $750 deductible. Ivy has a disability income insurance policy with another company that pays her $65 each day that she is hospitalized. 19. How much of the bill for medical care does Ivy owe after the insurance company pays its share? 20. After using the disability insurance to pay her medical bill, how much will Ivy still owe?

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Major medical pays 85% of the (total bill - $750 deductible) = 0.85($24490 - $750) = Disability pays $65(number of days in hospital) = $65*17 = Amount owed = total bill - major medical payment - disability =
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