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Daniel is a starving student and is awaiting the start of the snowboarding season in Tahoe. He receives student loans checks for every quarter, however he will need to squeeze his wallet if he wants to go with his buddies. The cost of rental and life ticket is quite expensive. One of Daniel's main costs, is the amount of money Daniel spends on his dates with his girlfriend. After careful calculation, Daniel figured that he mush spend, on average per day, less than $4.54. An amount, which he felt would give him the least amount of money needed, while keeping his relationship intact. From the credit statements and checkbook balance sheet, Daniel was able to find the average amount he had been spending on the past 61 rendezvous he has had with his girlfriend, which worked out to about $4.53, and he was able to call his creditor to find his established average money spent per day which was $4.60

with a standard deviation of .85. Should Daniel kiss his girlfriend of snowboarding trip goodbye? Daniel is a starving student and is awaiting the start of the snowboarding season in Tahoe. He receives student loans checks for every quarter, however he will need to squeeze his wallet if he wants to go with his buddies. The cost of rental and life ticket is quite expensive. One of Daniel's main costs, is the amount of money Daniel spends on his dates with his girlfriend. After careful calculation, Daniel figured that he mush spend, on average per day, less than $4.54. An amount, which he felt would give him the least amount of money needed, while keeping his relationship intact. From the credit statements and checkbook balance sheet, Daniel was able to find the average amount he had been spending on the past 61 rendezvous he has had with his girlfriend, which worked out to about $4.53, and he was able to call his creditor to find his established average money spent per day which was $4.60 with a standard deviation of .85. Should Daniel kiss his girlfriend of snowboarding trip goodbye? Daniel is a starving student and is awaiting the start of the snowboarding season in Tahoe. He receives student loans checks for every quarter, however he will need to squeeze his wallet if he wants to go with his buddies. The cost of rental and life ticket is quite expensive. One of Daniel's main costs, is the amount of money Daniel spends on his dates with his girlfriend. After careful calculation, Daniel figured that he mush spend, on average per day, less than $4.54. An amount, which he felt would give him the least amount of money needed, while keeping his relationship intact. From the credit statements and checkbook balance sheet, Daniel was able to find the average amount he had been spending on the past 61 rendezvous he has had with his girlfriend, which worked out to about $4.53, and he was able to call his creditor to find his established average money spent per day which was $4.60 with a standard deviation of .85. Should Daniel kiss his girlfriend of snowboarding trip goodbye? Daniel is a starving student and is awaiting the start of the snowboarding season in Tahoe. He receives student loans checks for every quarter, however he will need to squeeze his wallet if he wants to go with his buddies. The cost of rental and life ticket is quite expensive. One of Daniel's main costs, is the amount of money Daniel spends on his dates with his girlfriend. After careful calculation, Daniel figured that he mush spend, on average per day, less than $4.54. An amount, which he felt would give him the least amount of money needed, while keeping his relationship intact. From the credit statements and checkbook balance sheet, Daniel was able to find the average amount he had been spending on the past 61 rendezvous he has had with his girlfriend, which worked out to about $4.53, and he was able to call his creditor to find his established average money spent per day which was $4.60 with a standard deviation of .85. Should Daniel kiss his girlfriend of snowboarding trip goodbye? Daniel is a starving student and is awaiting the start of the snowboarding season in Tahoe. He receives student loans checks for every quarter, however he will need to squeeze his wallet if he wants to go with his buddies. The cost of rental and life ticket is quite expensive. One of Daniel's main costs, is the amount of money Daniel spends on his dates with his girlfriend. After careful calculation, Daniel figured that he mush spend, on average per day, less than $4.54. An amount, which he felt would give him the least amount of money needed, while keeping his relationship intact. From the credit statements and checkbook balance sheet, Daniel was able to find the average amount he had been spending on the past 61 rendezvous he has had with his girlfriend, which worked out to about $4.53, and he was able to call his creditor to find his established average money spent per day which was $4.60 with a standard deviation of .85. Should Daniel kiss his girlfriend of snowboarding trip goodbye?