Last month

Last month, Lana sold 35 necklaces a week at $15 each. However, throughout the month, 6 customers returned their necklaces for a full refund due to defective clasps. How much did Lana make selling necklaces last month?
(Hint: Assume there were 4 weeks in the last month. )

Correct answer:

x =  435

Step-by-step explanation:

x=(356) 15=435



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