The term C-Note is another way of describing a US $100 bill, the largest denomination in circulation. In Roman numerals, "C" is equivalent to 100. Also, some believe the "C" stands for century, which is 100 years.
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In the song
The Twelve Days of Christmas,
nearly 80 presents are purchased ...
for one person!
What if you had the same shopping list? How much would you spend on each of the 12 days?
Your daily expense can be calculated using three facts:
- What item you're buying on what day
- How many of an item you're buying
- How much the item costs
We'll help with the third piece: Click
for a price list. The first two pieces of information can be found in that popular Christmas Carol.
Can you figure out your daily expense based only on your memory of the song?
How much will you spend on each day? Choose the correct amount for each row in the grid (each day has a unique price).
Remember: Your daily expense is calculated as: Number of items bought
Price per item
Need a hint? The lyrics to the song can be found here.
Still stumped? Here's a complete Daily Expense grid.
Throughout history, many have debated the generosity of the Shopper -- Click here for "equal time."
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Every dollar you invest in your credit union earns you money while other members borrow it.
When you're ready for a loan, other members' savings will be there to help you out at the lowest possible cost.