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 An increase in savings 2015-09-06 From A student:A man spends 80% of his income. His income increases by 40% and his expenditure also increases by 25%. Find the percentage increase in his savings?Answered by Penny Nom. income percentages 2007-02-05 From karen:I would like to know what percent of a bill each person would pay based on the income differences one person makes 78968.00 and the other makes 52000.00 I believe it is 65% and 35% so if a bill is 120.00 one person pays 78 and the other pays 42 is this correct thanksAnswered by Stephen La Rocque. A 3% tax 2006-05-10 From Stacey:Illinois residents have to calculate their state income tax as 3% of their taxable income. If Mr. and Mrs. Grisham's taxable income for 2004 was \$81,200, how much tax did they have to pay?Answered by Penny Nom. Profit for a dance studio 2003-04-28 From Craig:A dance studio charges \$80 per student for a series of 2 hour lessons. The studio's costs are \$30 per hour for the instructor, \$15 per lesson for the room rental, and \$3 per student for miscellaneous expenses. If x is the number of students enrolled in the class, express the studio's profit P(x) in terms of x. Find the profit if 10 students are enrolled in the class. Answered by Penny Nom.

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