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anonymous
 one year ago
Shannon received a credit card offer in the mail. She applied for the credit card and received a card with a limit of $500. Shannon's introductory APR was 0% for the first nine months. After that, her APR for purchases will be 19.99%. Shannon immediately makes purchases on her credit card worth $300 and each month makes minimum payments of $15. What will the balance be on Shannon's card at the time the APR for purchases starts applying to her balance?
anonymous
 one year ago
Shannon received a credit card offer in the mail. She applied for the credit card and received a card with a limit of $500. Shannon's introductory APR was 0% for the first nine months. After that, her APR for purchases will be 19.99%. Shannon immediately makes purchases on her credit card worth $300 and each month makes minimum payments of $15. What will the balance be on Shannon's card at the time the APR for purchases starts applying to her balance?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Word problems always seem harder than they are. Try to convert all the complicated words to a formula. Can you eliminate some?

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i'm just not really sure how to do this anyways... :( @FitzIncorporated
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