Lab 2-2 Jackson's Bright Ideas Monthly Balance Due Report_Jim McErlean
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Lab 2-2 Jackson's Bright Ideas Monthly Balance Due Report_Jim McErlean

Course Number: IMS 115, Spring 2008

College/University: St. Mary MN

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Jackson's Bright Ideas Monthly Balance Due Report Customer Costa, Dan Hernandez, Abraham Mc Cartan, John Paoli, Pam Ramirez, Alberto Vaughn, Noah Xiong, James Totals Highest Lowest Average Beginning Service Balance Credits Payments PurchasesCharge $160.68 $18.70 $99.33 $68.28 $1.39 138.11 48.47 75.81 46.72 0.45 820.15 32.11 31.23 406.58 24.60 167.35 59.32 52.91 74.99 1.79 568.34 55.17 18.53 36.34 16.08 449.92...

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Bright Jackson's Ideas Monthly Balance Due Report Customer Costa, Dan Hernandez, Abraham Mc Cartan, John Paoli, Pam Ramirez, Alberto Vaughn, Noah Xiong, James Totals Highest Lowest Average Beginning Service Balance Credits Payments PurchasesCharge $160.68 $18.70 $99.33 $68.28 $1.39 138.11 48.47 75.81 46.72 0.45 820.15 32.11 31.23 406.58 24.60 167.35 59.32 52.91 74.99 1.79 568.34 55.17 18.53 36.34 16.08 449.92 25.90 82.05 99.77 11.11 390.73 48.12 92.13 19.35 10.51 $2,695.28 $287.79 $379.21 $824.81 $65.92 $820.15 $59.32 $99.33 $406.58 $24.60 $138.11 $18.70 $18.53 $36.34 $0.45 $385.04 $41.11 $54.17 $117.83 $9.42 New Balance $112.32 61.00 1,187.99 131.90 547.06 452.85 425.90 $2,919.01 $1,187.99 $61.00 $417.00 Xiong, James Vaughn, Noah Ramirez, Alberto Paoli, Pam Series1 Mc Cartan, John Hernandez, Abraham Costa, Dan $0.00 $200.00 $400.00 $600.00 $800.00 $1,000.00 $1,200.00

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