# Math

An Antique dealer visited three shops. she spend \$25 at the first shop. At the second shop, she spent half of her remaining money. At the third shop, she spent one third of her remaining money and had \$60 left. How much money did the dealer have orginally?

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 174
1. 25
1/2
1/3
60 left
+25
____
85
+1/2
____
122.50
+1/3
______
163.33

not sure if it is right but i sure if highley possoble:) double check it.

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
posted by Taylor

## Similar Questions

1. ### Geometry

An Antique dealer visited three shops. she spend \$25 at the first shop. At the second shop, she spent half of her remaining money. At the third shop, she spent one third of her remaining money and had \$60 left. How much money did

asked by Anonymous on December 8, 2010
2. ### Geometry

An antique dealer visited three shops. She spent \$25 at the first shop. At the second shop, she spent half of her remaining money and had \$60 left. How much money did the dealer have originally.

asked by stephanie on September 1, 2013
3. ### Geometry

An antique dealer visited three shops. She spent \$25 at the first shop. At the second shop, she spent half of her remaining money. At the third shop, she spent one third of her remaining money and had \$60 left. How much money did

asked by Josh on July 12, 2010
4. ### math

an antique dealer visited three shops.she spent 25\$ at the first shop.at the second shop she spent half of her remaining money .at the third shop she spent one third of her remaining money and had 60\$ left.How much money did the

asked by lisa on August 19, 2011
5. ### statistics

2. The manager of a sandwich shop gathers data on what people spend on lunch on a particular day of the week. The results are \$4.20, \$4.22, \$2.35, \$4.32, \$5.25, \$6.48, \$6.78, \$8.59, \$6.95, \$5.52, \$6.83, \$7.35, \$4.36, \$9.39, \$6.42.

asked by Anonymous on June 26, 2013
6. ### English

I forgot to include these other sentences. I just would like to know if all the shops are possible. Thank you. 1))A: You sound angry. It’s nothing. (That’s nothing is possible? But not: there is nothing important.) 2) Someone

asked by Franco on January 9, 2011
7. ### psy

The higher the price of an antique, the greater people’s expectation that the object is rare. That, in turn, makes the antique appear more valuable. If the statements above are correct, then offering an antique for sale at a

asked by Cat on September 25, 2010
8. ### Finance

You want to buy a stock. There are man dealers you can buy it from, so you lok at their bid-ask spreads. hich dealer do you prefer? A) Dealer 5: 88-91 B) Dealer 1: 90-93 C) Dealer 3: 91-92 D) Dealer 4: 88-94 E) Dealer 2: 89-90

asked by Stephanie on February 25, 2012
9. ### Maths

Susanna owns 10 shops and 5 restaurants. She is going to visit three of her businesses and writes her list in order. The order will be: Shop, restaurant, shop OR Restaurant, shop, restaurant. How many different lists can Bethany

asked by Julie on April 19, 2017
10. ### math

The sweater shop projected income this year will be 69,000. That amount represents 40% of the shops annual sales. What is the shops projected sales

asked by jack on December 22, 2009

More Similar Questions