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Taylor plans to attend Alvin Community College starting 4 years from now.The table shows an estimate for the costs there. How much should he set aside each month to pay his total costs for 2 years of college? A. $436.54 B. $2686 C. $10,477 D. $20,954 @hhelpplzzzz can you help me with this one too
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anonymous
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You must sum the values on the table, this value is for one year. Multiply it by 2. One year have 12 months, 4 years have 48. So you must divide the tuition fees for 2 years by 48
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok is that all i have to do
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok THANK YOU SOO MUCH It hears that esay :D
anonymous
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Anytime
anonymous
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ohh just a question what do i have to multiply by two
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