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Help with virtual school please ??!! 10 points to best answer?

Postby cornwallis19 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:50 am

Horatio needs to rent a car while on vacation. The cost of the vehicle is $18 per day. He gives the office manager $130 up front. If x represents the number of days and y represents the total cost of the rental, which equation will help Horatio determine if he owes the agency money at the end of his trip or if the agency owes him money?

y = $18x + $130

y = $18x – $130

y = $130x – $18

y = $130x + $18

Question 2

Hogan needs to rent a car while on vacation. The cost of the vehicle is $21 per day. He gives the office manager $180 up front. What is the account balance at the end of Hogan‘s 12 day vacation?

$2,139

$432

$72

$2,181

Question 3

Julia pays a flat rate of $106 for her cell phone and is charged $0.12 for every text she sends. Julia spends at least $142 on her phone bill each month. Which inequality will help her determine the minimum number of texts she sends per month?

$106 + $0.12x ? $142

$106 + $0.12x ? $142

$106 + $0.12x < $142

$106 + $0.12x > $142

Question 4

Julia pays a flat rate of $106 for her cell phone and is charged $0.12 for every text she sends. Julia spends at least $142 on her phone bill each month. Which of the following describes the number of texts she sends?

a minimum of 300

a maximum of300

more than 300

fewer than 300

Question 5

A group of 11 people are going to the movies one Saturday. Adult tickets cost $10.50 each and child tickets cost $6.75 each. If the total cost for admission to the movies is $100.50, how many children attended the movie?

4

5

6

7

Question 6

Langston will pay $575 to three different credit cards: Expert Card, Passport, and US Speedy. She will pay three times as much to Expert Card as US Speedy since it has a higher balance. She also expects the Passport payment to be only 15% of the total of the other two payments. How much will Langston pay towards the Passport credit card balance?

$75.00

$86.25

$125.00

$375.00

Question 7

Gilberto needs to purchase baseballs and bats for his youth baseball league. He’ll need at least 15 pieces of equipment, but he only has $435 to spend. Baseballs cost $20 each and bats cost $35 each. Which is a combination of baseballs and bats that Gilberto can afford to buy?

9 baseballs and 7 bats

10 baseballs and 7 bats

8 baseballs and 6 bats

8 baseballs and 10 bats

Question 8

Which tax form is submitted by an individual with two dependents to determine whether they owe the government taxes or will receive a refund?

W-2

W-4

1040EZ

1040A

Question 9

Amanda earned a gross income of $37,250 last year. She made $489.78 in IRA contributions, donated $782 to her favorite charity and paid $1,276.65 in home mortgage interest. If Amanda claims a standard deduction of $5,700 and her exemption is $3,650, what is her taxable income?

$25,351.57

$26,133.57

$27,410.22

$31,051.57

Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

Aaron purchased a living room set for $3,149 using an 18-month deferred payment plan with an interest rate of 20.29%. What is the balance after the deferment period if no payments are made?

$4,258.39

$3,149.00

$4,154.48

$3,787.93

Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

Alex purchased a bedroom set for $2,276 using a six-month deferred payment plan with an interest rate of 23.49%. What is the balance after the deferment period if payments of $112 are made each month?

$1,604.00

$1,884.74

$2,276.00

$2,556.74

Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

Sally purchased a dining room set for $1,780 using a 12-month deferred payment plan with an interest rate of 25.48%. She did not make any payments during the deferment period. What will Sally’s monthly payment be if she must pay off the dining room set within two years after the deferment period?

$105.35

$122.80

$74.17

$95.44

Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

Selma purchased a dining room set for $2,320 using a 12-month deferred payment plan with an interest rate of 21.92%. She did not make any payments during the deferment period. What will the total cost of the dining room set be if she must pay off the dining room set within two years after the deferment period?

$2,320.00

$5,379.84

$2,882.88

$3,586.56

Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 2 points)

Sakura purchased ski equipment for $1,248 using a six-month deferred payment plan. The interest rate after the introductory period is 23.79%. A down payment of $175 is required as well as a minimum monthly payment of $95. What is the balance at the beginning of the seventh month if only the minimum payment is made during the introductory period?

$1,207.13

$659.00

$1,112.13

$637.13


Don't try to tell me i shouldn't do this i already know
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Help with virtual school please ??!! 10 points to best answer?

Postby calldwr » Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:57 am

1- these are really easy
2- 20%+ interest I would never pay that
3- the furniture where are they buying this stuff? Rent to Own?
4- never use a deferred payment plan
5- the tax question would be 1040A (it tells you on the booklet cover)
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