Say the men started with money =x ist time when he spends =x/5 so remaining in wallet is=x-x/5=4x/5........(1) now again he spends (1)/5= 4x/25....(2) total spends = 4x/25 + x/5 = 36 ==> x= 100 So he started with $100
The government spends it.
The word "who" acts like the subject of the sentence, so the question is constructed like a declarative sentence. For example: "Who spends the money?" "Bobby spends the money."
When a government spends more money in a year than it takes it, it is called a deficit. When it spends less than it takes in, it is called a surplus.
The Cuban government spends most of their money on importing goods such as oil and food. It also spends a significant amount of money on relief programs for its citizens.