A person applying for a sales position is offered an alternative salery plan. Plan A- A base salery of $600 per month plus a commission of 4% of the gross value for the month Plan B- A base salery of

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math

A certain canoe was advertised as having an "800 pound capacity," meaning that it can hold at most 800 pounds. If four people plan to use the canoe and take 60 pounds of supplies, write and solve an inequality to find the average weight per person.

additional mathematics...pls help!!

Ang, Bakar and Chandran are friends and they have just graduated from a local university. Ang works in a company with a starting pay of RM2000 per month. Bakar is a sales executive whose income depends solely on the commission he receives. He earns a commission of RM1000 for ...

math

In one month an agent sold 5 plots at shilling 250, 000. She charged a 5% commission for the sale of plots and paid 15% of the commission to her workers. How much money did she remain with?

busieness

questions 2) List the facts that have the most bearing on the decision. 4)Explain what each affected person would want you to do about the issue. 5)List three alternative actions and identify the best and worst case scenario for each alternative, anyone who would be harmed by ...

Marketing

Net-4-You is an internet service provider that charges its 1 million customers $19.95 per month for its service. The company's variable cost are $0.50 per customer per month. In addition, the company spends $0.50 per month per customer, or $6 million annually, on a customer ...

college

1)The credit terms 2/10, n/30 are interpreted as? 2% cash discount if the amount is paid within 10 days, with the balance due in 30 days. 10% cash discount if the amount is paid within 2 days, with balance due in 30 days. 30% discount if paid within 2 days. 30% discount if ...

algebra

mike is a sales man at a large home electrocis store. he receives 3% commission on everything he sells. one day he sold $6500.00 worth of goods. how much commission did he make that day

English 101

Is this memo correct (semi-colon) in right sentence and time/date correct? Thanks! There were no punctuations at all when we were given this. We are going to make a few changes in the health plan we now offer; The Economy Plan and the Standard Plan—both of these will be ...

Math

Find the present value of the annuity necessary to fund the withdrawal of $600 per month for 10 years, if the annuity earns 2% per year and if there is to be $10,000 to be left in the annuity at the end of the 10 years. (Assume end-of-period withdrawal and compounding at the ...

Math

Find the present value of the annuity necessary to fund the withdrawal of $600 per month for 10 years, if the annuity earns 2% per year and if there is to be $10,000 to be left in the annuity at the end of the 10 years. (Assume end-of-period withdrawal and compounding at the ...

math

1. How many cubes are in the base of the model? (1 point) 3 4 7 2 2. How many cubes would be shown in the right view of the model? (1 point) 3 6 7 4 3. Which of the following is the top view for the model? (1 point) assessment question three answer a assessment question three ...

Law and ethics

which of the following best describes Formularies? A.A list of approved medications for which an insurance plan will reimburse subscribers B. Formulas for calculating coinsurance payments C. A list of generic drug ingredients for use in company medication D. People who act as ...

Algebra 1

A company that produces custom bike license plates spends $5525 per month in building overhead plus $2.50 per license plate. If the plates sell for $5.99, how many plates must the company sell each month before making a profit? Plz help. Thanks?

Math

Arturo Muina is the captain of a charter fishing boat. He is paid a salary of $140 per day. He also averages tips amounting to 12% of a $475 daily charter rate. Last month during a fishing tournament, Arturo worked 22 days. What were his total gross earnings for the month?

math

Arturo Muina is the captain of a charter fishing boat. He is paid salary of 140 per day He also averages tips amounting to 12% of 475 daily charter rate. Last month during a fishing tournament, Arturo worked 22 days. What were his total gross earnings for the month?

sci 275

THIS IS THE ASSINGMENT CAN ANYONE HELP 4. CheckPoint: Terrestrial Resource Plan •Resources: Ch. 12-16 of Visualizing Environmental Science and Appendix F •Due Date: Day 5 [Individual forum] •Choose a terrestrial resource issue discussed in Ch. 12-...

math

Sarah and Joe are seeking to join a gym. Sarah saw on television that Great Gym is offering membership at $19.50 per month, plus a one-time registration fee of $59. Joe plans to join Wacky Workout World because Wacky Workout World only charges $9.50 per month, plus a one-time ...

Math

Using the linear equations above determine the cost of using 500 anytime minutes and 1000anytime minutes with each plan. Then determine which plan is best deal for each level

Consumer math

Could someone please check my answers? Secured Credit APR Excellent 4.75% Good 5.00% Average 5.85% Fair 6.40% Poor 7.50% -------------------------- Unsecured Credit APR Excellent 5.50% Good 5.90% Average 6.75% Fair 7.25% Poor 8.40% --------------------------- 12. You are ...

Economics

Does this thesis on a solution for welfare sound good?: "For the betterment of Canada, the welfare system needs to undergo a serious change in the rules for applying to welfare." I plan on listing each problem (one subtopic each) of welfare and than the solution and how it can...

science

I need a brief description of a terrestrial resource issue. Also a management and sustaibnment plan for the terrestrial resource. Challenges or implication of my management and sustainment plan.

object oriented programming

Write a program that takes as input the salesperson’s name, expected weekly sales and the number of hours worked then outputs the wages paid under each plan

Entrepreneurship (SOMEONE HELP)

1. Which of the following sections of a business plan contains information about the different departments in the company and what they do? A. Organization B. Products and Services C. Marketing and Sales D. Executive Summary (MY ANSWER)

business

I am so lost with this assignment.I hope that someone can help me. For my business class we are to: Plan for an interview for a job you would like to have. Consider how you might manage the résumé, job application letter, follow-up letter, and interview. • Create a table ...

council

what is a good speech of secretary and vice presidents: this is what secretary it does attend council meetings take pictures at school functions distribute and collect surveys at school funtions and from classrooms participate in council activities vice president attend ...

math

Laura is a salesperson in a retail store and earns $65 per week plus 10% of her weekly sales. If Laura earned $200 one week, what were her sales that week

Math

one satellite radio service charges $10.00 per month plus an activation fee of $20.00. a second service charges $11.00 per month and an activation fee of $15.00 for what number of months is the cost of either service the same?

Algebra

The recommended daily intake (RDI) of a nutritional supplement for a certain age group is 600 mg/day. Actually, supplement needs vary from person to person. Write an absolute values inequality to express the RDI plus or minus 50 mg and solve it.

Algebra

The recommended daily intake (RDI) of a nutritional supplement for a certain age group is 600 mg/day. Actually, supplement needs vary from person to person. Write an absolute values inequality to express the RDI plus or minus 50 mg and solve it.

Easy Math

I am confused on how to do this ? ! Jeff is a salesperson in a retail store and earns $52 per week plus 13% of his weekly sales. If Jeff made $312 one week, what were his sales that week?

Algebra Help URGENT Please?

Jamie is a salesperson in a shoe store and earns $95 per week, plus 20% of her weekly sales. If Jamie makes $475 in one week, what are her sales for that week?

Math

Each week Rosa receives a salary of $200 plus a 6 percent commission on her total sales. To the nearest dollar, how much would Rosa have to sell in one week to earn a total of $300

human resources

write 350 to 700 words in which you analyze and post how the human resources assistance plan and aids you have been working on for your final project fit into the company's strategic plan. I do not understand what I am supposed to do here. Could someone please help me..

maths

The insight bus tour offered to take a group of senior citizen to a lake resort for a fare of $120 per person if 25 person or fewer sign up. If more than 25 person make the trip, each fare will be reduced by $20. The capacity of the bus is 40 people. find the total farr ...

Advanced Algebra

Sharon purchased a sprinkler system for $1,950 using a six-month deferred payment plan. The interest rate after the introductory period is 23.99%. No down payment is required, but there is a minimum monthly payment of $25. What is the balance at the beginning of the seventh ...

Math

Someone earns 6% commission on the value of each house he sells. His commission on a sale was $8700. What was the value of the house?

Vista Laptop Help

Okay so I'd do this myself but I only have a desktop with Windows Vista and not a laptop so if anyone with a laptop that has Vista on it could please help me: 1. Open Windows Mobility Center and then mute the speakers. 2. Change the plan settings for the Balanced plan so that ...

accounting

________________________________________ Question 1: (10 points) E 5-2 Installment sales method; journal entries LO2 Charter Corporation, which began business in 2006, appropriately uses the installment sales method of accounting for its installment sales. The following data ...

Algebra 1

Jaden has a prepaid phone plan (Plan A) that charges 15 cents for each text sent and 10 cents per minute for calls. 1. If Jaden uses only text, write an equation for the cost C of sending t texts. a. How much will it cost Jaden to send 15 texts? Justify your answer. b. If ...

income tax

Kaysia participates in a SIMPLE plan provided by her employer. In 2011, she contributes 6% of her $40,000 salary, and her employer contributes 3% to the plan. What amount of the contributions will be vested in her account at the end of 2011? 0 1200 2400 3600

math

Jack sold $25,000 worth of computers during one month. His pay for the month was $3500. What is his commission?

Medical coding Insurance Math

Insurance Plan: Mountville Health Plan; patient has met annual deductible of $250;80-20 coinsurance. Services: CPT codes: 99203 and 90700. Usual charges are: $100& $102. Allowed charges are:$89 & $87 How do you calculate between the two

business math

Arturo Muina is the captain o a charter fishing boat. He is paid a salary of $140 per day. He also averages tips amounting to 12% of a $475 daily charter rate. Last month during a fishing tournament, Arturo worked 22 days. What wre his total gross earnings for the month?

Finance

A firm has forecasted sales of $3,000 in April, $4,500 in May and $6,500 in June. All sales are on credit. 30% is collected the month of sale and the remainder the following month. What will be the balance in accounts receivable at the beginning of July

Math

Kate is a salesperson in a retail store and earns $88 per week plus 11% of her weekly sales. If Kate made $154 one week,what were her sales that week? this is another word problem. I don't know the equation I was thinking 88 + .11 = 154x

Teacher needs help!! Thanks

I am pre-school teacher who wants to administer a social studies lesson plan to my students. I wanted the lesson to incorporate various aspects of my culture - Jamaican - combined with the United states culture... I want to develop students' appreciation for other countries ...

maths

The insight bus tour offered to take a group of senior citizen to a lake resort for a fare of $120 per person if 25 person or fewer sign up. If more than 25 person make the trip, each fare will be reduced by $20. The capacity of the bus is 40 people. find the total fare ...

Eco

What is the future worth of $1,000 in month 1, $1,040 in month 2, and amounts increasing by $40 per month through month 12, at the end of year 2 if the interest rate is 23.7631528% per year, compounded continuously?

math

Sarah and Joe are seeking to join a gym. Sarah saw on television that Great Gym is offering membership at $19.50 per month, plus a one-time registration fee of $59. Joe plans to join Wacky Workout World because Wacky Workout World only charges $9.50 per month, plus a one-time ...

managment science

Supposed you have been hired as a Marketing Manager in a Multinational Company which is dealing in high tech products. Company wants to launch a cell phone in the market which can measure the Sugar level and Heart beat of the users. Since, it is a specialty product so it ...

Macroeconmics

to raise funds at providing more support for public schools,a state government has just imposed a unit excise tax equal to $4 for each monthly unit of telephone services sold by each telephone company operating in the state. The diagram below depicts the position of the demand...

Macroeconomics

to raise funds at providing more support for public schools,a state government has just imposed a unit excise tax equal to $4 for each monthly unit of telephone services sold by each telephone company operating in the state. The diagram below depicts the position of the demand...

Math

 Phil Smith is a car salesman. Last week his total sales amounted to $27,650.00, and he received $1,382.50 in commission. What is his rate of commission?      A. 4.8 percent B. 5 percent C. 23 percent D. 17 percent I think C or D?

Bussiness

ABC Company has 50,000 employees at it headquarters. The company wants to increase employee productivity by setting up internal software application training program for it employees. The training program will teach employees how to use Microsoft software programs such us ...

History

How do you think southern whites reacted to president Andrew Johnson’s plan? President Johnson’s Plan (10%+)  Offered amnesty upon simple oath to all except Confederate civil and military officers and those with property over $20,000 (they could apply directly to ...

Engineering Economy

What is the future worth of $1,000 in month 1, $1,040 in month 2, and amounts increasing by $40 per month through month 12, at the end of year 2 if the interest rate is 23.7631528% per year, compounded continuously?

math

If the store purchases an item at a wholesale cost of $3.50 per item, and it is sold at a retail value of $5.00 per item. What is the gross profit percentage of the item? (formula: gross profit percentage = [(retail - cost) divided by retail] X 100 )

math

If the store purchases an item at a wholesale cost of $3.50 per item, and it is sold at a retail value of $5.00 per item. What is the gross profit percentage of the item? (formula: gross profit percentage = [(retail - cost) divided by retail] X 100 )

Nutrition

I am in a Nutrition class and I have to develop a realistic nurtition and exercise plan to sumarize in a 1,400- to 1,750 word paper. The plan should be plausible enough to be initiated within the next 30 days and continue thoughout life. I have to describe briefly a current ...

FINAN & QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

Your current cell phone company charges $30 per month for unlimited minutes. Another company charges $20 per month for the first 500 minutes plus 5¢ a minute for any additional minutes. Should you keep your current service or switch to the other company?

marketing

You have been asked to create a project plan paper based on research and the project management skills you have mastered in this course. Specifically, your paper will address a plan for the operations of a sole proprietorship business in a service or manufacturing industry.

Algebra

Monthly Budget: You earn $250 per month from your part-time job. You are in a kayaking club that costs $20 per month, and you save at least $100 each month. Write and solve an inequality to find the possible amounts you have left to spend each month.

Algebra

You earn $250 per month from your part-time job. You are in a kayaking club that costs $20 per month, and you save at least $100 each month. Write and solve an inequality to find the possible amounts you have left to spend each month.Can someone please help me with this

sci

how would you plan to view both negatively and positively by the environmentalists and the fisherman? what is other problems beside declining fish stock that result from fishermens' techniques for catching fish? how would your plan affects the community consider issues ...

health

Please help... Staying fit requires all of the following EXCEPT _______. A-a rigid fitness plan B-physical activity C-healthy habits D-healthy eating 5. True or False: To develop a personal fitness plan you should consider which exercises and sports you like the most.

healthcare stats

You currently lease scanning equipment at a cost of $2,750 per quarter and two copy machines at $150 each per month plus $0.01 per page copied. You estimate you will copy a total of 30,000 pages a year per copier. What will you need to budget annually for this leased equipment?

Finance

A salesperson in a furniture store receives a weekly salary of $1,250. She also earns a commission of 6% on all sales for the week and a bonus of 2% on all sales above $5,000 for the week. How much would she earn if her total sales for the week were $9,420?

math

The last week of the month a car dealership sold 12 cars. A new sales promotion came out at the first of the week of the next month and they sold 19 cars that week. what was the percent increase in sales from the last week of the previous month compared to the first week of ...

Accounting

O'Neill Co. has $296,000 in accounts receivable on January 1. Budgeted sales for January are $860,000. O'Neill expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of the remaining 80% of sales on account, 75% are expected to be collected in the month of sale and the reminder the ...

Calculus

The problem is pretty generic: estimate the volume of a loaf of (unsliced) bread. You can plan to slice the bread, but otherwise your method must be nondestructive. In fact, a reader should be able to serve the bread to guests after applying your estimation method. Thanks in ...

math

Sarah and Joe are seeking to join a gym. Sarah saw on television that Great Gym is offering membership at $19.50 per month, plus a one-time registration fee of $59. Joe plans to join Wacky Workout World because Wacky Workout World only charges $9.50 per month, plus a one-time ...

MAth

Dan bought a home theater system for $178.99 on the installment plan. The terms of the contract said that he would pay $35 a month for six months. How much are his total payments?

math

sean is buying a player for $315. interest free payment plan. pays $25 each month. a. how much will he owe after 1 payment? 2 payments? 3 payments? b. use n to stand for the number of payments and a for the amount still owed. write an equation for calculating a for any value ...

Qualitative analysis

Computer sales over the past 4 months have been 35, 34, 38, and 44 units. Using a 3-month moving average, forecast sales for the next month. Using a 3-month weighted moving average with the weights 3, 2, and 1, and with the most weight on the most recent data, forecast the ...

english

The following phrases are bullet points in a letter. Which one is not in parallel form? A. Increase sales support staff B. Run market test with Group A C. Decrease overhead D. Don't forget marketing plan

algebra

Sharing cost. The members of a flying club plan to share equally the cost of a $200,000 airplane. The members want to find five more people to join the club so that the cost per person will decrease by $2000. How many members are currently in the club?

algebra

Sharing cost. The members of a flying club plan to share equally the cost of a $200,000 airplane. The members want to find five more people to join the club so that the cost per person will decrease by $2000. How many members are currently in the club?

Finance

You decide to sell short 100 shares of Charlotte Farms when it is selling at its yearly high of $56. Your broker tells you that your margin requirement is 45% and that the commission on the purchase is $155. While you are short the stock, Charlotte pays a $2.50 per share ...

Math And Science for Young Children

The conventional problem-solving strategies usually taught have been: A. act out the problem, make a drawing or diagram, and solve the problem. B. look for a pattern, construct a table, solve the problem, and look back. C. understand the problem, devise a plan, carry out the ...

math

1. Eliza Savage received a statement from her bank showing a checking account balance of $324.18 as of January 18. Her own checkbook shows a balance of $487.38 as of January 29. The bank returned all of the cancelled checks but three. The amounts of these three checks are $15....

math

1. Eliza Savage received a statement from her bank showing a checking account balance of $324.18 as of January 18. Her own checkbook shows a balance of $487.38 as of January 29. The bank returned all of the cancelled checks but three. The amounts of these three checks are $15....

math-- please help

A minor league baseball pitcher is hired for $700 per month plus $100 per game won. Write an equation to express his monthly earnings (e) in terms of games won (x).

algebro

12. Doug is a salesperson in a retail store and earns $75 per week, plus 15% of his weekly sales. If Doug makes $555 one week, what are his sales for that week? (1 point) $3,200 $627 $566 $1,914 help me figure this out please

Micro Economics

In YEAR 1, the price of gadgets is $2, while the price of the single variable input used is $28. A profit-maximizing gadget producer uses 9 units of input to produce and sell 252 units of gadgets, earning profit of $2*252 - $28*9 = $252 In YEAR 2, the price of gadgets is $3, ...

OSCM

Develop a production plan and calculate the annual cost for a firm whose demand forecast is fall, 10,000, winter, 8,000, spring, 7,000 and summer 12,0000. Inventory at the beginning of fall is 500 units. At the beginning of fall you currently have 30 workers but you plan to ...

finance

a. Mike Epstein is very optimistic because sales for his feed store are expected to double from $800,000 to $1,600,000 next year. His net assets (Assets – Liabilities) will remain at 50% of sales. The company will enjoy a 10 percent return on total sales. He will start the ...

algebra

The equation C=mx+b can be used to model the monthly cost, C, of a cell phone plan where b is the flat monthly cost, m represents the cost in dollars per minute and x is the number of minutes used in the month. Choose a flat monthly rate and cost per minute and insert the ...

stats...please help, I don't really understand

A college professor decides to run for Congress in a district with 450,000 registered voters. In a survey she commissioned, 58% of the 4000 registered voters interviewed indicated that they plan to vote for her. The population of interest is the: A. 450,000 registered voters ...

algebra repost

Sharing cost. The members of a flying club plan to share equally the cost of a $200,000 airplane. The members want to find five more people to join the club so that the cost per person will decrease by $2000. How many members are currently in the club?

Physics

A bloc of 10 kg is put at the top of an inclined plan of 45 degrees (to the left), attached to a spring which has a spring constant of 250 N/m. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the bloc and the surface of the inclined plan is of 0,300. What is the maximum elongation...

math

Sarah and Joe are seeking to join a gym. Sarah saw on television that Great Gym is offering membership at $19.50 per month, plus a one-time registration fee of $59. Joe plans to join Wacky Workout World because Wacky Workout World only charges $9.50 per month, plus a one-time ...

algebra

As a salesperson, you are paid $50 per week plus $3 per sale. This week you want your pay to be at least $100. Write an inequality for the number of sales you need to make, and describe the solutions.

Math

Two phone companies offer discount rates to students. The first company wants $9.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for long distance calls. The second company wants $12.95 per month plus $.08 per minute for long distance calls. Write a linear equation describing the total cost...

Math Help!!

Two phone companies offer discount rates to students. The first company wants $9.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for long distance calls. The second company wants $12.95 per month plus $.08 per minute for long distance calls. Write a linear equation describing the total cost...

business math

Samantha Vega gross weekly salary is 600 dollars her weekly federal withholding is 35 dollars . the Social Security tax is 6.2 percent of the first 90,000 . the Medicare tax is 1.45 percent of gross pay. this state tax is 1.5 percent of gross pay. each week she pays 12.40 for ...

child development part 2

which is not a reason why childcare providers need to have knowledge of child development a.it will help you develop realistic expectations of the children in your care b.it will help you plan a proper environment c.it will assist you in selecting a logo for your center d.it ...

Parts of speech

The following phases are bullet points in a letter. Which one is not in parallel form? a. Increase sales support staff b. Don't forget maketing plan c. Run market test with Group A d. Decrease overhead.

Finance

what is the net present value of a note for $70,000, PAID MONTHLY AT $600, plus 7% interest

Financial Management

Proctor Micro-Computers, Inc. requires $1,200,000 in financing over the next two years. The firm can borrow the funds for two years at 9.5 percent interest per year. Mr. Procter decides to do economic forecasting and determines that if he utilizes short-term financing instead...

math

Theater Total Value of Ticket Sales A $1,600 B $2,000 C $1,800 D $4,800 E $3,200 The table above shows the total value of the ticket sales for an afternoon show in each of five movie theaters. There were 300 tickets that were sold for each theater. The tickets cost $8 for each...

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