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a) What is Agnessa's hourly rate of pay in a year with 26 biweekly paydays?

b) Using your hourly rate computed in part a), what would Agnessa's gross earnings be for a pay period working an extra 10 hours overtime paid 1.50 times the regular rate of pay? (should be rounded to the nearest cent.)

a) 47,962.20/26=1844.70/2(39)=$23.65/hrs

b) 23.65*39+1.5*23.65*10=$1,277.10

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