**Weegy:** $300 x .06 x .5 years= $9

**User:**
Your yearly office supply budget is $1,200. You spend $350 each year on paper. What percent of your budget do you spend on paper? (Round off your answer to two places.)

**Weegy:** 29.17%

**User:**
Your yearly office supply budget is $1,200. You spend $350 each year on paper. What percent of your budget do you spend on paper? (Round off your answer to two places.)

**Weegy:** 29.17%

**User:** You're planning to buy a new computer, monitor, and printer for your office. You've received the following prices from two stores:
Store 1
Computer: $2,500
Monitor: $595
Printer: $398
Store 2
Computer: $2,350
Monitor: $435
Printer: $349
Find the total package price from each store and then calculate how much you'll save if you purchase the less expensive package

**Weegy:** what is your question then?

**User:** You're planning to buy a new computer, monitor, and printer for your office. You've received the following prices from two stores:
Store 1
Computer: $2,500
Monitor: $595
Printer: $398
Store 2
Computer: $2,350
Monitor: $435
Printer: $349
Find the total package price from each store and then calculate how much you'll save if you purchase the less expensive package

**Weegy:** what is your question then?

**User:**
Sales for the first four months of the year were as follows:
January—$5,282
February—$4,698
March—$3,029
April—$6,390
Find the average monthly sales. (Round off your answer to the nearest dollar.)

**Weegy:** Sorry, but can you provide more clarification regarding your question. Thanks

**User:**
While shopping, you see a jacket marked down 20%. If the original price of the jacket is $175, what is the sale price of the jacket?

**Weegy:** $140 is the sale price of the jacket. If the original price of the jacket is $175 at 20% off.

**User:**
The present value of the money in your savings account is $420, and you're receiving 3% annual interest compounded monthly. What is the future value ...

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