Dustin had five outstanding checks that totaled $117.54. What should his check register balance be if he had an ending balance of $599.43 and outstanding deposits that totaled $235.14?



This is a serial deduction/addition completion. You unquestionably START delay the “ending pit” - that is the highest disclosed estimate. Then, you deduct the entirety of the unappropriated checks (the estimate of checks does not substance, simply the entirety), and ADD the deposits entirety. This gives you the “start” minus the “out” plus the “in” for the vulgar pit.

599.43 – 117.54 + 235.14 = 717.03

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