Lesson 04 -- Estimating the cost of Moving Into an Apartment 2

Lesson 04 -- Estimating the cost of Moving Into an Apartment 2

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Unformatted text preview: ENTER HEADER INFORMATION: # Student's Name AND Computer Number Below, prepare an itemized list of every major object in each of the following rooms of an apartment, in furniture, linens, pots and pans, and creature comforts. Then, estimate the cost of each item and answe below. Item Description Bedroom Queen Size Bed Estimate Actual Difference $­ Picture Queen Size Box Springs Queen Size Mattress Bedside Table $­ $­ $­ Dresser $­ Chest of Drawers $­ Linens $­ Lamp $­ $­ $­ $­ $­ $­ Totals Estimate Actual Difference $­ $­ $­ Item Description Den/Living Room Couch Estimate Actual Difference $­ $­ Picture Loveseat $­ Recliner $­ End Tables $­ Coffee Table $­ Lamps $­ Entertainment Center TV $­ $­ $­ $­ Actual $­ Difference $­ Picture Item Description Kitchen Microwave Estimate 7­Piece Pots and Pans 8­Place Setting of Silverware 4­Piece Dining Table and chairs 8­place setting of glasses $­ $­ $­ $­ $­ $­ $­ Student's Name AND Computer Number ry major object in each of the following rooms of an apartment, including creature comforts. Then, estimate the cost of each item and answer the questions Website of Actual Item (MAIN) Website of Actual Item (MAIN) Website of Actual Item (MAIN) ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 114 taught by Professor Pitts during the Spring '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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