Some employees receive their earning as salaries, a monthly earning for the work they do. Salaries are fixed and does not increase or decrease according to hours worked. However, some may get an increase due to overtime or commission.
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Cindy works at a flower shop. She earns a monthly salary of $2,000.00 and a commission of 2% on sales above $200,000 (the average sales). This month the shop’s sale was $21,350. What is Cindy’s salary?
Correct 9 / 9 PointsIncorrect / 9 Points
Cindy’s monthly salary = $
Cindy’s commission = of $
Working: (No need for commas)
Monthly Salary $ Commission = ( x$ = $
Total Salary = $
Answer: Cindy’s monthly salary is
Mr. Sweeney works as a car salesman. His weekly wage is $5,200 and a 25% commission on the sale of every vehicle. This week he sold two vehicles: the first for $67,000 and another for $120,000. What was Mr. Sweeney’s wage for the week?
Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
Working: (Include commas where necessary)
Weekly wage $ Commission – Car 1 = x = $ Commission – Car 2 = x = $
Total weekly wage $
Kendall works for an appliance store and was paid a flat monthly salary of $3,750 plus a commission on his total sales. One month he sold $21,000 and received a salary of 4,150. Calculate the commission he was paid and the % commission paid.
Correct 13 / 13 PointsIncorrect / 13 Points
Earnings (includes Commission) $ Monthly Salary $
Commission is calculated as C% of $ = $
Therefore: C% = ÷ = %
Answer = Kendall’s commission was $ and a commission rate of about %
Check your work:
% x $ =
Approximate your answer to the nearest hundredth.
Vinny’s weekly wage is $245. He earned $457. There was a weekly sale of $17000.
Calculate his paid commission and commission %.
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Commission and Weekly Wage $ Weekly Wage $
Commission $ Commission = C $
= $ 100 1
C% = ÷ $ = %
Check your work:
% of $ =