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Laila had $350 in her checking account.She made 5 deposits of $46.75 each. She alo wrote 3 checks for $28.50 each. Write a decimal number to represent the total deposits Laila made and another decimal number to represent the total amount of checks Laila wrote. Show your work. How much money is in Laila's account now ? Show your work.

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The total deposits: 5 times 46.75
Total number of checks she wrote: 3 times 28.50
5 x 46.75 =233.75

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3 x 28.50=85.5
@hedyeh99 is this right
Yes :D
You now have your answer for the total deposits and the number of checks, now, you have to find out how much money is in her account
360-(233.75+85.50)
360-(233.75+85.50)=40.75
Yes :)

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