# math

Workers who manufacture shirts are sometimes paid based on the number of shirts they produce. Compute Lyle's gross pay if she made 380 shirts. The rate per shirt is given by the differential piecework schedule below: Pay Level Pay Level Items Produced Rate per Item 1 1-187 \$7.35 2 Over 187 \$8.37

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1. 187(7.35) + (380-187)8.37 = ?

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2. workers who manufacture shirts are sometimes paid based on the price

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3. 2,989.86

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4. Workers who manufacture shirts are sometimes paid based on the number of shirts they produce. Compute Lyle's gross pay if she made 380 shirts. The rate per shirt is given by the differential piecework schedule below:

Pay Level
Items Produced
Rate per Item
1
1-187
\$7.35
2
Over 187
\$8.37

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5. 2989.86

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