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Oct 02, 2017 | Computers & Internet

look down the bottom and you will see --total amount to pay and that is what the bill is worth

joe with a total lack of information provided by you what sort of an answer did you expect

joe with a total lack of information provided by you what sort of an answer did you expect

Sep 30, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

they might turn your electric off .

Jul 22, 2016 | Cell Phones

Walter, When you are asking something on the net, it could be wise to check the URL on top of the page. Foxy, does not bill anyone or anything. We only try to answer questions. Perhaps you better try the same question on another site? A site where they can help you with the details you want to have?

Jan 20, 2015 | Cell Phones

To find 18% of the bill, just multiply the $12.50 by 0.18 which gives the following:

$12.50 X 0.18 = $2.25

Therefore the 18% tip should be $2.25

Therefore the total amount to leave (bill + tip) is $12.50 + $2.50 = $15.00

An easier way to figure this total out is to multiply the bill amount by 1.18 which gives you the total sum of the bill plus the 18% tip.

Good luck, i hope this helps.

Joe.

$12.50 X 0.18 = $2.25

Therefore the 18% tip should be $2.25

Therefore the total amount to leave (bill + tip) is $12.50 + $2.50 = $15.00

An easier way to figure this total out is to multiply the bill amount by 1.18 which gives you the total sum of the bill plus the 18% tip.

Good luck, i hope this helps.

Joe.

Oct 25, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Each player should collect the following amounts at the beginning of the game:

TWO**$500** bills,

TWO**$100** bills,

TWO**$50** bills,

SIX**$20** bills,

FIVE**$10** bills,

FIVE**$5** bills,

FIVE**$1** bills.

For a total of:

**$1,500 each**.

Don't you wish we all started with that much cash in hand in real life?

Have fun and good luck!

TWO

TWO

TWO

SIX

FIVE

FIVE

FIVE

For a total of:

Don't you wish we all started with that much cash in hand in real life?

Have fun and good luck!

Aug 01, 2011 | Monopoly Games

Since he has $20,250, he should put $4050 into each drawer.

To get the total amount, multiply 650 by 20 and 725 by 10, then add the two numbers together. To get the final result, divide the total by 5. Since you didn't specify the make and model of your calculator, I'm afraid I can't give you the sequence of button presses to calculate this.

To get the total amount, multiply 650 by 20 and 725 by 10, then add the two numbers together. To get the final result, divide the total by 5. Since you didn't specify the make and model of your calculator, I'm afraid I can't give you the sequence of button presses to calculate this.

Jun 23, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

a total of $1500 to each person.

2 - $500 bills

2 - $100 bills

2 - $50 bills

6 - $20 bills

5 - $10 bills

5 - $5 bills

5 - $1 bills

2 - $500 bills

2 - $100 bills

2 - $50 bills

6 - $20 bills

5 - $10 bills

5 - $5 bills

5 - $1 bills

Mar 10, 2011 | Monopoly Games

#include <conio.h>

int main()

{

clrscr();

long int units,charge=0;

float total;

const int rent=25;

cout << "Enter the number of units used : ";

cin>>units;

if(units>200)

charge=(units-200)*20+150*40+50*60;

else if(units>50)

charge=(units-50)*40+50*60;

else

charge=units*60;

total=0.01*charge+rent;

cout << "You have used " << units << " units." << endl;

cout << "Your total telephone bill is $" << total;

getch();

return 0;

Please accept the solution. Thanks, Lucy

}

It then calculates the total telephone bill for the customer on the following basis :

A compulsory fee of $25, plus

60 cents per unit for the first 50 units,

40 cents per unit for the next 150 units,

20 cents per unit for anything above 200 units.

It then outputs the bill using the 'cout' command.

Jan 12, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

Could be that the DEC motor driver has died. That could be verified by swapping the connections between the RA and DEC. If the DEC now moves, then that is the problem. If not, then the DEC motor is bad.

Nov 17, 2008 | Meade ETX Premier Edition: ETX105 PE...

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