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Oliver will attend college where tuition is $30,000 a year. Books and supplies are $1500, housing and food are $12,500, transportation is $2000, and other expenses are $1300 a year. Oliver receives a scholarship for $18,000 a year and will get a student loan for $25,000 a year. He plans to get a work-study job to cover the balance. How much money does he need to earn? A. $4300 B. $5600 C. $18,100 D. $19,600
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anonymous
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@Thesmarterone
anonymous
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this personal financial literacy
anonymous
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The answer to this would be A need me to explain??

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anonymous
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yes plz
anonymous
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can u help with more after
anonymous
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If he gets 43,000 a year and you use 30000 of that for tuition it would leave you with 13,000 add all the other expenses together and they equal 17,300 taking away the 13,000 he has left he would need 4,300 to finish his yearly payments. let me know if i am correct
anonymous
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yes you are can u help with more @nignog9000
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sure
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Amelia has a checking account. Her opening balance on 2/10 was $90. The bank charges 45¢ for each debit card transaction, 30¢ for each check she writes, and $2.25 for each nonbank ATM transaction. Amelia made the following transactions: Used debit card to pay $12 for groceries on 2/12 Wrote $15 check for sunglasses on 2/17 Deposited $60 paycheck on 2/25 Transferred $20 to savings account on 2/28 What is Amelia’s balance after the transaction on 2/28?
anonymous
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my answer is 142.25
anonymous
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is this multiple choice
anonymous
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no
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i got 100 can you show me how you got your answer
anonymous
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k
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wait lets skip this question because my mom said its correct
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ok
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Ryan has a credit card with a total credit limit of $5000. He charges about $4500 a month and made 6 late payments in the past year. He owes $12,000 on a car worth $15,000. He declared bankruptcy 3 years ago. Which is most likely to occur? A. He will be approved for car loan at a low interest rate. B. His application for Internet service will be approved. C. He will have a high credit score. D. His loan application to buy a house will be denied.
anonymous
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my answer is d
anonymous
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sounds like a solid answer I am not completly sure on this one
anonymous
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k next question thanks though
anonymous
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Connor applied for a mortgage. Which information about Connor could appear on his credit report? Choose all answers that are correct. A. his religion B. the fact that he made 2 late credit card payments C. unpaid balance on his student loan D. his former address
anonymous
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my answer is b c d
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@Thesmarterone
anonymous
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i would go with B,D add C in there if you are confident with it
anonymous
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k next question
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Compared with a police officer, how much more does a pharmacist earn over a 35-year period? Table comparing education and salary of different occupations - first column Occupation, second column Education or training, third column Median annual salary (in dollars). First row - Occupation pharmacist, Education or training doctoral or professional degree, Median annual salary 116,670. Second row - Occupation software developer, Education or training bachelors degree, Median annual salary 93,350. Third row - Occupation police officer, Education or training high school diploma or equivalent, Median annual salary 56,980. Source DOL BLS 2014 $

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