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2 4-2 Writing Checks When you write a check, you should express all dollar amounts in word form. The decimal or cent part of the check should be written as a fraction. You must keep careful track of the checks you write so you do not overdraw your account. Write in word form or as a numeral. 1. Write the following in word form: \$ Two hundred seventy-seven and 89/100 dollars 2. s Lois Reed spent \$82.49 at Megamart. How should she write the check? Lois Reed 168 Pay to the order of Megamart \$ Eighty-two and 49/100 dollars Dollars First City Bank Memo Household Supplies Lois Reed Write the following in word form. 1. \$ \$1, Write the following as a numeral. 3. four hundred sixty-one and 28/100 dollars 4. two thousand thirty-nine and 45/100 dollars Simon LeBarre bought baseball equipment in the amount of \$57.88 at Wents Sporting Goods. He does not have enough cash with him, so he writes a check. Based on this information, answer the following questions: 5. To whom is the check payable? 6. How would he write the amount of the check in word form? 7. What should he put in the memo portion of the check? 8. Standardized Test Phillip Connors purchased the following items at a convenience store: a gallon of milk for \$3.15; a candy bar for \$0.75; a magazine for \$2.95; and 20 gallons of gas at \$1.39 per gallon. He pays for it with a check. What is the amount of the check in word form? A. \$8.24 B. \$34.65 C. eight and 24/100 dollars D. thirty-four and 65/100 dollars Copyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Section 4-2 Study Guide 21

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