Math 156
posted by Rmz .
Jackie bought a stock for $34 a share. the daily changes for the next 7 days after she bought the stock were 5, 2, +1, +3, 6, +4 and +8. What was the share of stock worth at the end of day 7?

add those changes.
then add (or subtract) from 34 
Ok I have a question, does it matter if the integers are from smallest to largest, because I tried both ways and it gives me 2 different numbers.
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