Question

Janine is saving money to buy a car. She has a total of $1400 left to save, and she plans to save a certain percentage of$1400 each month: In August, Janine will save 25% of $1400. In September, Janine will save 40% of$1400. In October, Janine will save 15% of $1400. In November, Janine will save the remaining amount. Which option correctly explains what Janine plans to save each month? in progress 0 3 months 2022-02-05T10:59:11+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0 ## Answers ( ) 1. Answer: August=$350

September=$560 October=$210

November= $280 Step-by-step explanation: Total amount left to save$1400.

We calculate the amount save each mount since we are already given the percentages.

For the month of August she saves 25% of $1400, we convert the percentage to equivalent cash $$\frac{25}{100}*1400\\=350$$ for the month of August, she saved$350,

Next For the month of September she saves 40% of $1400, we convert the percentage to equivalent cash $$\frac{40}{100}*1400\\=560$$ for the month of September, she saved$560,

Next For the month of October she saves 15% of $1400, we convert the percentage to equivalent cash $$\frac{15}{100}*1400\\=210$$ for the month of October, she saved$210,

total amount saved by October = $350+$560+$210=$1120

Amount saved by November=1400-1120=\$280