• Well I guess it depends on how you invest it and the internal rate of return on that investment. Probably throw in the time of day too, you know if you put $5 a week into Google stock you might have $2000 before the end of the month. But then again, you might be broke. Man, I honestly do not know, but if I had to guess...ummm...$28.53 sounds pretty good to me, then hope you get lucky.
  • I would first spend only $400 for eight weeks to save me $800, meaning I could use that $800 to use another two weeks of spending $400 each, meaning I would have saved $500 twice, which would last me two and a half weeks, and those saved wages would total $1250, and then I would carry on like that until I'd done my own homework.
  • just divide 2000 by 52 and there is your answer!
  • 500 weekly, 2000 monthly, 24,000 yearly. You want to save 2000 yearly, or 1/12th of your earnings. So, 1/12th of 500 is what, just under $42 per payday.
  • daily savings: $2000/365.25 weekly savings: [$2000/365.25]*7
  • $2000 divided by 52 weeks in a year gives$38.46 per week
  • 12-28-2016 Get a ruler in your hands. Measure things until you start to understand how a ruler works. Measure some stuff and figure out where the center is. Say you measure a book and it's 7/8" thick. You look at your ruler and see that every eighth is divided into two sixteenths, so obviously half of 7/8" is going to be 7/16". If you write that out you have 1/2 x 7/8 = 7/16. And you notice that 1/2 is divided into 2/4 and then into 4/8 and so on, so you can convert anything to anything by multiplying all the numbers on top and then all the numbers on bottom. Other rulers are divided into 10 and 100 parts. But an inch is still an inch, so anything on one ruler can be translated to the other ruler. A half inch on one ruler is 5/10 or 50/100 on the other. An eighth inch is just 12.5 marks when you have 100 marks per inch. A metric ruler divides an inch into 25.4 parts, so a half inch would be 12.7 of those parts. Pretty simple, isn't it? Practice this a bit and people will think you went to wizard school.
    • Jewels Vern
      I didn't just tell you the answer because if you can't count your own money you just need to learn how. If you want to be smart, tale 40 bux every week and buy purre silver coins which you hide at home, NOT in any vault anywhere.

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