# Math

if I get\$5 every other sunday for a 8 years how much money will i get
02:19 Mon 23rd Apr 2012

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 \$208 02:25 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Question Author eight years no 02:26 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Question Author not only 208!!!!!!! 02:27 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Sorry, I thought it was only \$1. If \$5 every other Sunday for 8 years then \$1040. 02:27 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Question Author Thanks 02:28 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 could you seriously not work that out for yourself? 05:41 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 i see this is posted under 'Adverts', not exactly a good advert for your maths teacher 05:52 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 What about if it was every other Tuesday? 05:52 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Suffering from Dyscalculia maybe? 06:02 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Now, ratter, come on that's just not fair LOL 06:05 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 perhaps rene1961 is thinking of setting up a payday loan company 06:07 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Assuming there is no catch like some periods of 8 years get more Sundays that others (I'm not checking that out) then the following applies and would be a reasonable estimate. 8 years = 8 * 365.25 days = 2922 days approximately. 2922 / 14 = 208.7 fortnights, round it down to 208 alternate Sundays. 208 * \$5 = \$1,040. Now you know the process you can memorise/understand it and work these things out for yourself. 06:12 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Ojread, My last comment was quite genuine. 06:13 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 *if* that's the case then getting someone to answer it for you isn't any help now, is it? 06:16 Mon 23rd Apr 2012 Well, Rene did only ask for an answer, he/she didn't ask how to do the maths. Just a possibility. 07:44 Mon 23rd Apr 2012

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