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How would I solve this; John is paid at an hourly rate of $15 and over time rate of 1.5 times his hourly rate. If john puts in w regular hours and y overtime hours in a week, what is his total wage for the week? (MondayFriday
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what does over time and time in a half mean? Employees who earn an hourly wage can only work 40 hours a week. When they work more hours a week, that's considered overtime. By federal law, employees who work overtime are entitled
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Design an algorithm that accepts two values, the hourly rate and the number of hours worked by an employee. If the number of hours exceeds 40, then the excess hours should be paid at an overtime rate of twice the hourly rate.
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Design an algorithm that accepts two values, the hourly rate and the number of hours worked by an employee. If the number of hours exceeds 40, then the excess hours should be paid at an overtime rate of twice the hourly rate.
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why do you times 8.6x1.5x8? where does the 8 come from? You said the employee worked 48 hours in a week, right? 40 hours were paid at his regular rate ($8.60/hour or 8.6), and the extra 8 hours (overtime) were paid at time and a
asked by chrissy on July 28, 2007 
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Agnessa receives an annual salary of $47,962.20 based on a 39hour workweek. a) What is Agnessa's hourly rate of pay in a year with 26 biweekly paydays? Answer is $23.65 b) Using your hourly rate computed in part a), what would
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