Math (Ms.Sue please help!)

Sarah owns a small business. There was a loss of $19 on Thursday and a loss of $12 on Friday. On Saturday there was a loss of $11, and on Sunday there was a profit of $15. Find the total profit or loss for the four days.
A. $35 loss
B. $19 profit
C. $27 loss
D. $57 profit

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  1. D is the answer. 12+11+19+15=57. 57 is the amount that was losted.

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    posted by JT
  2. I'm not sure. All amounts EXCEPT $15 are losses.

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  3. Are you sure that the answer choices are correct?

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    posted by JT
  4. Yeah.

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  5. JT is wrong.

    Fork-a-Dork -- you're on the right track. What do you think the answer is?

  6. I think the answer is C.
    19 + 12 + 11 - 15 = 27.

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  7. Yes, C.

  8. Sorry I wasn't able to respond until now!
    Thank you, Ms. Sue!

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  9. You're welcome. :-)

  10. Thanks guys!

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  11. does anybody have the answers?

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    posted by Michael
  12. 1.a
    2.a
    3.b
    4.a
    5.b
    6.c
    7.c
    8.d
    9.d
    10.a
    11.b
    12.d
    13.d
    14.b
    15.c

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    posted by Ca
  13. Here are the corrwct answers i took the test
    1.A
    2.C
    3.B
    4.B
    5.B
    6.C
    7.C
    8.D
    9.B
    10.A
    11.D
    12.D
    13.B
    14.D
    15.C

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  14. BAKA A isn't the answer for 1 its C BAKA

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