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Q: What is the answer for this math problem Tia used half her allowance to buy a ticket to the class play then she spent 1.75 for ice ream now she has 2.25 left how much is her allowance?

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Jay: 30 % of 50 = 0.30 * 50 = 15Mike: 10 % of 30 = 0.10 * 30 = 33 < 15, so Mike spent less.

She has $3.00 left, and her allowance per week was $3.00

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Jay: 30 % of 50 = 0.30 * 50 = 15Mike: 10 % of 30 = 0.10 * 30 = 33 < 15, so Mike spent less.

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Impossible, you did'nt tell us how much he makes for allowance. i caught a mess up, wooh!

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