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Robert recently was hired as a technician in a firm. He is being paid \$1250 every two weeks. His monthly bills are
Rent \$900
Electricity \$110
Car \$350
Car insurance\$60
Gas \$90
Groceries\$180
Credit Cards\$250
How much will he have for leisure spending in a given year?

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Add the expenses and multiply by 12.

Multiply the bi-weekly salary by 26 (52 weeks in a year).

Subtract the annual expenses from the annual salary.

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