# Math

joanne earns \$720 a week. She spends 1/3 of her money grocery and household goods and 3/4 of the remaining money on rent. How much money does she spends on rent, groceries and household goods?

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1. I have got :
720 *1/3= 240 for Groceries and home goods.
then 720-240= 480 reamin
then 480 *3/4= 360 for rent
total amount spent= 240+360=600 dollar total
I know I got the right answer. I just need to show on Model -I need help with that only.

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7. thanks this helped.

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8. Joanneearn \$720 a week she spends 1/3 of her money on groceries and household goods and 3/4 of the remaining money on red how much money did she spend on rent groceries and household goods?

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