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Adjusting a budget - Given the net income, the percent budgeted for two variable expenses, and the amount of an unexpected bill, determine if there is enough money in the variable expense items to cover the amount of the unexpected expense or if the bill should be covered with savings. Net income: $900; Percent item 1: 5%; Percent item 2: 7%; Bill due: $198.50; Amount in savings: $267.

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