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William put $100 in a bank account last year. Now he has 1/12 more money in the account. Which expressions represent how much money William has in his bank account now? Choose all answers that are correct. A.$100-(1/12*$100) B.$100+(1/12*$100) C.$100+(13/12*$100) D.13/12*$100
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which ones do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
a and c
anonymous
  • anonymous
And why do you think it's a and c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh actually b and c that was a typo but i think it would be because they represent he has made more
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well B is right. because he had 100 and then he got 1/12 of what he originally had. But c isn't. The other answer would be D. Because 13/12 *100 is the same as 12/12 * 100 + 1/12 * 100.
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  • anonymous
ah ok, thank you for the help
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