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Julia is offered a job selling advertising for two different companies. Company A offers a base salary of $30,000 per year plus a year-end bonus equal to 3% of her total sales. Company B offers a base salary of $25,000 per year plus a year-end bonus equal to 5% of her total sales. Which statement best describes the two offers?

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  2. jezzay13 2 years ago


    MedalsCompany B pays better when total sales are less than $37,500, but company A pays better when total sales exceed $37,500.

    Company B pays better when total sales are less than $250,000, but company A pays better when total sales exceed $250,000.

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