Math

Nataly is considering two job offers. The first job
would pay her $83,000 per year. The second would pay
her $66,500 plus 15% of her total sales. What would her
total sales need to be for her salary on the second offer
be higher than the first?

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asked by Josh
  1. that would be when
    66500 + 0.15x > 83000
    now just solve for x

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    posted by oobleck
  2. oh i did it as
    83000 + 66500=149500.
    149500*.15
    I guess I was way off

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    posted by Josh
  3. where did you find out that there's a greater sign? Was it because of the "higher".

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