pre-algebra

Richard earns $2700 a month. He received a 3% raise. what is Richard's new annual salary?

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  1. well you need to find his original annual rate 2700 * 12 = 32400

    then we know that 3%= .03 therefore we multiply 32400*.03=972
    then add 972+32400=$33372

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