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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
Mary Lou is a babysitter who works everyday for a week. She is paid an hourly rate of $14.00. This week Mary Lou worked for 30 hours. What was Mary Lou’s wage for the week?

Mary Lou’s weekly wage = hours x $ = $ ⇐ Answer
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Question 2 of 5
2. Question
Mr. Browne, a typist, earns $1.50 for every page he types and and hourly rate of $16.40. This week Mr. Browne typed 45 pages and he worked for $33 hours. What is Mr. Browne’s earnings for the week?

Calculation for Mr. Browne’s Wage: Earnings from pages typed pages x $ = $ Weekly wage hours x $ = $541.20}
Total Weekly Earning $
Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points 

Question 3 of 5
3. Question
Geeta works as a cashier in a Supermarket. She earns $15.40 per hour. This week she worked for 45 hours. What is Geeta’s wage?

Geeta’s wage for the week = hours x $ = $ ⇐ Answer
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Question 4 of 5
4. Question
Mario works as a contractor. He has two assistants, Alan and Brent, who are paid an hourly rate of $18.30. This week Alan worked for 25 hours, and Brent worked for 22 hours. What were the wage for the assistants and the total wage Mario has to pay them?

Calculation for the total wages Mario Pays Week Wages Alan’s hrs x $ = $ Brent’s hrs x $ = $
Total $
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Question 5 of 5
5. Question
Brent works for four weeks with Mario and earned an hourly rate of $18.30. Complete the table below and calculate Brent’s total wage after four weeks.

Brent’s – Wage Earned Week 1 22 hrs x $ $ Week 2 24 hrs x $ $ week 3 22 hrs x $ $ Week 4 23 hrs x $ $
Total earnings $
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