Quantitative Methods of Business

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Karl's monthly expenses are $3,000. Of this 1/4 is for the mortgage payment, 1/8 is for credit cards, 2/5 if for the car payment, and the rest is for food and miscellaneous expenses. What is the amount of Karl's car payment?

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    2/5 * 3,000 = ?

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