Karen earns 43 dollars per week working pt at a bookstore. she makes one dollar more for each book she sells. the amt A, in dollars that Karen earns in a week ifshe sells b books is given in the

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  1. 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

  2. Pre-algebra Math

    George is a salesperson in a jewelry store and earns $100 per week, plus 10% of his weekly sales. If George makes $425 in one week , what are his sales for that week? $5,250 $4,250 $4,000 $3,250***** I think its D but I'm not certain. Can someone please

  3. 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?

  4. Math

    The expression 18h + 100p represents the amount(in dollars) that an insurance salesperson earns for working h hours and selling p policies. How much does the salesperson earn for working 10 hours and selling 3 policies? Thank you so much.

  5. Math

    Maya earns 52 dollars each week working part-time at a bookstore. She earns one additional dollar for each book that she sells. Let A be the amount (in dollars) that Maya earns in a week if she sells B books. Write an equation relating A to B. Then use

  6. math, please help!

    The table lists how poverty level income cutoffs(in dollars) for a family of four have changed over time. Use the midpoint formula to approximate the poverty level cutoff in 1987 to the nearest dollar. the poverty level cutoff in 1987 was _____ dollars. (

  7. math

    Ling earns $108 for working 9 hours. Rachel earns $77 for working 7 hours. Ruben earns $92 for working 8 hours. Patrick earns $115 for working 10 hours. Who has the highest hourly wage? i think its Ruben

  8. math

    Karen deposits $375 into a savings account which earns simple interest at a rate of 4% per year. She wants to use the interest to buy a new camera. Which price camera could Karen buy at the end of 5 years? SELECT THREE!!. A.$764 B.$52 *** C.$38 D.$75 ***

  9. College Algebra

    The table lists how poverty level income cutoffs(in dollars) for a family of four have changed over time. Use the midpoint formula to approximate the poverty level cutoff in 1987 to the nearest dollar. the poverty level cutoff in 1987 was _____ dollars. (

  10. math 1

    Karen earns 28.50 for working six hours. If the same amount m she earns varies directly with h the number of hours she works , how much will she earn for working 10 hours?

  11. Algebra

    Joleen is a sales associate in a clothing store. Each week she earns $250 plus a commission equal to 3% of her sales. This week her goal is to earn no less than $460. Write and solve an inequality to find the dollar amount of the sales she must have to

  12. math

    William earns $13 an hour working at a movie theater. Last week he worked h hours at the concession stand and three times as many hours at the ticket counter. Write and simplify an expression for the amount of money William earned last week. THANK YOU!

  13. math

    Julianne earned $296 working at a grocery store last week. She earns $8 per hour. How many hours does did julianne work?

  14. grade 8 pre-algebra

    Grace earns 7 dollars for each car she washes. She always saves 25 dollars of her weekly earnings. This week, she wants to have at least 65 dollars in spending money. How many cars must she wash? Write and solve an inequality to represent this situation.

  15. algebra or algebra1

    A woman works two jobs, making 35 dollars per hour on the first and 25 dollars per hour on the second. One week she works twice as many hours on the first job than the second job and earns 1330 dollars. How many hours did she work on the second job

  16. Maths GRE

    At the Acme Cement Company, employees contribute to a welfare fund at the rate of 4% of the first $1000 earned, 3% of the next $1000, 2% of the next $1000 and 1% of any additional income. What will Mr. Morris contribute in a year in which he earns $20,000?

  17. math

    Karen and sarah have bank accounts. Karen has a starting balance of $125 and is deposited $20 each week. Sarah had a starting balance of $43 and is depositing $37 each week. when will the girls have the same amount of money? Karen: 20x + 125 and Sarah: 37x

  18. Math

    Working three days per week, a clerk earns $255 per week. At the same rate of pay , which expression below represents what she would earn if she worked 5 days per week? ( let x represent full time earnings) 1. X= 3/5 (255) 2. X= 5/3(255). 3. X= 3(255). 4.

  19. math

    working three days per week, a clerk earns $255 per week. at the same rate of pay, which expression below represents what she would earn if she worked 5 days per week? (let x represent full time earnings) 1)x=3/5(255) 2)x=5/3(255) 3)x=3(255) 4)x=5(255)

  20. reading

    Snow was quickly piling up on the ground. Wind howled through the trees. Karen wrapped a blanket around her and sighed as she watched the snow through her bedroom window. In this passage, you can best infer that A. Karen is at home during a snowstorm. B.

  21. Macroeconomics

    The Big Mac Index is a numerical tool for assessing disparities in consumer purchasing power between countries. Suppose that the Big Mac costs 7.50 Canadian dollars in Canada and 5.50 US dollars in the US. Suppose that the nominal exchange rate is 1.2

  22. Math ASAP ASAP!!!!!

    Earl earns a weekly salary of $150 plus 20% of amount of his sales for the week. Last week he earned $230. The equation below can be used to find "s" the amount of his sales in dollars last week 230=150+0.2s What was the amount of Earl's sales last week?

  23. math

    HELP PLEASE!!!! The question is: Carmella works 37.5 h per week for Century Home selling electronics equipment. She earns a base salary of $12/h and receives a commission of 5 cents for every dollar of sales she make. Her chart goes like:

  24. Math

    Gerald works 18 hours each week. He earns $10 a hour.Write an expression to find how much Gerald earns in 1 week

  25. economics

    Each week, Bill, Mary and Jane select the quantity of two goods, x1 and x2, that they will consume in order to maximize their respective utilities. They each spent their entire weekly income on these two goods. Suppose you are given the following

  26. Math

    18. Carla earns $8.43 per hour working 40 hours a week. If she worked 7 overtime hours one week, what would be her earnings? $396.21 $366.74 $425.75 19. Lauren earns $3.75 per hour as an usher. In 5 days her tips were $19.75, $25.30, $18, $21.50, and

  27. algebra 1

    the cost in dollars of printing dollar bills when it costs 3.8cents to print a dollar bill

  28. trig

    Karen earns 43 dollars per week working pt at a bookstore. she makes one dollar more for each book she sells. the amt A, in dollars that Karen earns in a week ifshe sells b books is given in the function A(b) =43 + b how much does she earnin a week if she

  29. mathematics,

    Shaima earns 58 dollars per week working part-time at a book store. She makes one dollar more for each book that she sells. The amount, A (in dollars), that Shaima earns in a week if she sells b books is given by the following function. =A B+58b How much

  30. mathematics

    Khamis earns 55dollars per week working part-time at a book store. He makes one dollar more for each book that he sells. The amount, A (in dollars), that Khamis earns in a week if he sells b books is given by the following function. A(b)=55+6 How much does

  31. math

    edgar earns 200 dollars a week plus a 15% commission on all sales over 1,000 dollars.if edgar sells for one week or 2,500 dollars what is his gross pay for that one week.

  32. math

    Market price with no tax is where supply equals demand, so at $7. b) The two dollar tax is reflected in the price that people have topay, but it does not give a firm extra income. For instance, pricewas $7 in part a. Now with the tax, people pay $9, but

  33. math

    Karen earns a weekly gross salary of $628. Tax of $148.90 is deducted. 4.5% is paid into a superannuation fund a 8% is paid directly towards mortgage. Karen aims to save 10% of her remaining income. What amount will she save each week?

  34. algebra

    An insurance salesperson earns a commission of 3% of the first 5000 dollars on insurance that he sells each week and 4 percent of the value in excess of 5000 dollars. One week he earned a commission of 320 dollars. What was the total value of the insurance

  35. Math reposted for Hayden

    This was reposted because it was originally posted on another student's post. Courtney and Jess work as jewelers. Courtney has an hourly wage of $ 26 and gets overtime for every hour she works over 40 hours. Overtime is a pay ratio of 3 font size decreased

  36. math

    declan works 37 hours a weeks and earns 26 dollars an hour declan earns how much in a week

  37. Maths

    Ann has 4 different jobs and she works 10 hours per week for each job. She earns $2 per hour at one job. Write an expression to represent how much Ann earned last week if she earns a dollars per hour at her other jobs help please I put 10x20x4

  38. math

    Darleen gets $10 a week allowance. She walks her neighbor's dog 6 days each week and earns $3 each day. She earns $7 an hour doing odd jobs. Darleen wants to save $15 a week, give $5 a week to charity, and have at least $20 each week to spend. How many

  39. math

    i wanted to buy a shirt for $97 but i had no cash. I borrowed $50 from my mom and $50 dollars from my dad. 50plus 50 equals 100 I bought the shirt and got three dollars change. I gave my mom a dollar and my dad a dollar and I kept a dollar for myself. I

  40. Alebra

    Kathy works at an optical store selling eyeglasses. Each week she earns $180 plus a 2% commission of her total sales for the week. Next week she wants to earn at least $350. 1. Write an inequality that represents the dollar amount of eyeglasses kathy must

  41. math

    Give each letter of the alphabet a money value: A=1c, B=2c, C=3c,and so on.Find words worth 1/5 dollar, 9/10 dollar, 1 1/20 dollars, and 1 1/2 dollars.

  42. Math

    An executive in an engineering firm earns a monthly salary plus a Christmas bonus of 5300 dollars. If she earns a total of 98700 dollars per year, what is her monthly salary in dollars?

  43. Ponce High School

    An executive in an engineering firm earns a monthly salary plus a Christmas bonus of 5300 dollars. If she earns a total of 98700 dollars per year, what is her monthly salary in dollars?

  44. Math

    Alice has two part-time jobs. One job she makes 8 dollars per hour and the other she makes 12 dollars per hour. One week she made worked 30 hours and made 268 dollars. How many hours at each job?

  45. algebra

    When 40 is added to the number of miles Karen ran last week, the result is the same as adding 10 to 4 times the number of miles she ran last week. How many miles did Karen run last week?

  46. maths

    Pedro earns 7.50 dollars an hour at his job at Matrix Cinemas. If he works 20 hours this week and his employer withholds a total of 22 percent of his weekly pay for taxes and Social Security, what is his take-home pay for the week?

  47. Algebra I

    Pedro earns 7.50 dollars an hour at his job at Matrix Cinemas. If he works 20 hours this week and his employer withholds a total of 22 percent of his weekly pay for taxes and Social Security, what is his take-home pay for the week?

  48. math

    Each week, Bart earns a base rate of $85 and a commission on each dollar of merchandise he sells. If Bart sells $3600 in one week and c represents the commission percentage, which algebraic expression represents his earnings for that week? would the answer

  49. english

    Snow was quickly piling up on the ground. Wind howled through the trees. Karen wrapped a blanket around her and sighed as she watched the snow through her bedroom window. 15. In this passage, you can best infer that A. Karen is at home during a snowstorm.

  50. Poetry

    Snow was quickly piling up on the ground. Wind howled through the trees. Karen wrapped a blanket around her and sighed as she watched te snow though her bedroom window. In this passage. you best infer that. a. karen is at home during a snowstorm b. Karen

  51. Economics

    The Big Mac Index is a numerical tool for assessing disparities in consumer purchasing power between countries. Suppose that the Big Mac costs 7.50 Canadian dollars in Canada and 5.50 US dollars in the US. Suppose that the nominal exchange rate is 1.2

  52. Algebra

    Maizie earns a base salary of $200 per month and 8% commission on all sales she makes. Maizie's monthly pay in dollars can be calculated by using the equation P = 0.08s + 200 if she sells s dollars of merchandise.

  53. Math

    Cheryl counted all of her quarters and announced to her family that she had 32/4 dollars. How many dollars were her quarters really worth? A.32 dollars B.1 dollar 70 cents C.8 dollars D.128 dollars C

  54. Math

    Karen has a total of 17 bills in standard U.S. currency, of at least 3 different denominations (values). She has no $2 bills and no bills worth $100 or more. What is the positive difference between the maximum and minimum number of dollars Karen could

  55. Math

    How do I illistrate Aunt May hides 10,000 dollars in $20 dollar bills under her mattress. If she spends $20 dollars every day, how many days will it take her to run out of money? Do I really need to draw 500 $20 dollar bills?

  56. Math

    Karen ran 42 miles in 6 days. On Sunday she ran 12 miles. Each of the other days she ran the same distance. 1. Write an algebraic equation to show how far Karen ran. 2. Calculate how many miles Karen ran each day for the week. 3. Explain how you arrived at

  57. math

    Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these taxes

  58. math

    Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these taxes

  59. math

    Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these taxes

  60. math

    Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these taxes

  61. algebra 1

    mathew has saved 50 dollars and each week he increases his savings by 5 dollars. his brother mark has 35 dollars saved and each week he saves an additional 7 dollars. how long will it take for mark to have more money than matthew?

  62. math

    11. Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these

  63. Business Math

    Universal Exporting has three warehouse employees: John Abner earns $422 per week, Anne Clark earns $510 per week, and Todd Corbin earns $695 per week. The company’s SUTA tax rate is 5.4%, and the FUTA rate is 6.2% minus the SUTA. As usual, these taxes

  64. Chemistry

    Some time ago, a U.S. citizen traveling in Canada observed that the price of regular gasoline was 0.771 Canadian dollars per liter. The exchange rate at the time was 1.401 Canadian dollars per one U.S. dollar. Calculate the price of the Canadian gasoline

  65. Math

    The sum of te ages of Karen and her mother is 100. Thirty years ago, Karen's mother was 9 times as old as Karen was then. How old is Karen now

  66. math help

    Jordan earns $11.35 per hour and works 40 hours per week. He then earns a 20% pay raise. How much money will Jordan now make each week? A $363.20 B $454.00 C $463.08 D $544.80 how is this d

  67. math

    MALU EARNS rs5 MORE IN A WEEK THAN IN PRECEEDING WEEK.HE EARNED rs135 IN FIRST WEEK.HOW MUCH WILL HE EARN AT THE END OF 39th WEEK??

  68. math probability

    A box has ten dollars, one is five dollar and four of one dollars. If two bills are chosen at random without replacement, find probability of getting A) amount of valued fifteen dollars B) amount of twelven dollars... is it 4 from 19-15 for A and 7 from

  69. Math

    Shawn earns $3.50 per hour for the first 40 hours worked in a week and $20.25 per week, for hours over 40. If he earns $661.50 in one week, how many hours did he work?

  70. algebra

    Sally works at a grocery store. In one week she earned $390 for working 47 hours, of which 7 hours were overtime. The next week she earned $416 for working 50 hours, of which 8 hours were overtime. What is Sally's HOURLY OVERTIME rate in dollars per hour?

  71. maths

    All Salesman in the is junk store receive dollar 260 Per week plus a 2 Commission If you sold dollar 1975 worth junk in a week what would be your income

  72. Math

    Susan's grandmother gave her 25 dollars and plans to save 2.50 dollars each week but instead of Susan spending the 25 she decides to deposit the 25 dollars in a bank. How will the line change if she deposits 25 from her grandmother but decided she can only

  73. math

    Give each letter of the alphabet a money value: A= 1 penny, B= 2 penny, C= 3 penny,and so on.Find words worth 1/5 dollar, 9/10 dollar, 1 1/20 dollars, and 1 1/2 dollars.

  74. math

    Give each letter of the alphabet a money value: A= 1 penny, B= 2 penny, C= 3 penny,and so on.Find words worth 1/5 dollar, 9/10 dollar, 1 1/20 dollars, and 1 1/2 dollars.

  75. algebra

    Sally works at a grocery store. In one week she earned $390 for working 47 hours, of which 7 hours were overtime. The next week she earned $416 for working 50 hours, of which 8 hours were overtime. What is Sally's hourly overtime rate in dollars per hour?

  76. algebra

    Tom earns d dollars per week. How much does Tom earn in 10 weeks?

  77. math

    The expression 18h + 100p represents the amount (in dollars) that an insurance salesperson earns for working h hours and selling p policies. How much does the salesperson earn for working 10 hours and selling 3 policies?

  78. math

    Identify the dependent variable in this relationship. A person washes c car and earns d dollars. 1.neither c, cars or d, dollars. 2.cars, c. (MY ANSWER) 3.dollars, d. 4.both c, cars and d, dollars

  79. Math

    Identify the dependent variable in this relationship. A person washes c car and earns d dollars. 1.neither c, cars or d, dollars. 2.cars, c. 3.dollars, d. (MY ANSWER) 4.both c, cars and d, dollars.

  80. mathmatics

    write an expression that represents the following: Eds salary is S dollars per week. His salary is tripled and he earns a $250 bonus. how much will he have in 13 weeks

  81. math

    one U.S. dollar is equivilant to $1.34 dollars Canadian dollars. Write an algebraic expression the number of US dollars you get for the N Canadian dollars

  82. math

    Sarah works for a sales company and earns $1500 a month. She also earns $45 for every sale she makes A) whats the equation B)How much money for 10 sales C)if she makes $2,535 how much did she sell

  83. Math

    Zeke earns a living selling computers. He is paid 12/h plus a 8% commission on sales. What dollar amount of computer sales must Zeke make to earn $1000 in a 40-h work week.

  84. Alegbra 1

    Clay Potts owns a ceramic store. His brother Jack works for him. Jack earns wages of 50 dollars per day plus 10% of the profits. Clay gets the other 90% of the profits. On Monday the store makes a profit of 30 dollars. How much does Clay get?

  85. Alegbra 1

    Clay Potts owns a ceramic store. His brother Jack works for him. Jack earns wages of 50 dollars per day plus 10% of the profits. Clay gets the other 90% of the profits. On Monday the store makes a profit of 30 dollars. How much does Clay get?

  86. Pre-Calculus

    A manufacture has been selling 1050 television sets a week at 360 dollars each. A market survey indicates that for each 20 -dollar rebate offered to a buyer, the number of sets sold will increase by 200 per week. p(x)=1x/10 + 465 How large of a rebate

  87. Math, rates

    Which rates are equivalent? 6 U.S. dollars = 18 U.S. dollars 8 Canadian dollars 20 Canadian dollars 6 U.S. dollars = 9 U.S. dollars 8 Canadian dollars 12 Canadian Dollars 6 U.S. dollars = 9 U.S. dollars 8 Canadian dollars 16 Canadian dollars 6 U.S. dollars

  88. Math

    Karen spents 450 dollars on monthly bills. Of this total amount, 12% is for phone service,1/10 is for Internet service, and 2/9 is for utilities. If the rest of the total amount is for food, how much does Karen have for food? I said $130 since I subtract

  89. maths

    one guyanese dollar = Us 1cent and 1 EC dollar = US37 cents calculate the value of 1. Guyana $60.00 in US dollars

  90. MATH

    Could someone please double check me? ------------------------------------------ A Developer works 40 hours per week at $30 per hour. He or she earns : 40 hours x $30.00 per hour = $1200.00 - per week. The four developers earn : 40 hours x $1200.00 =

  91. Math

    Karen wanted to find out how much waster was used when taking a bath and when taking a show. Karen found the dimensions of the tub filled with enough water to take a bath was 1.7 meters x 1 meters x 0.46meters and that the shower uses 5075 liters per

  92. math liberal arts

    A piece of land in Ottawa with an area of 0.4 square kilometers is priced at 5600 Canadian dollars. If there are 1.358 Canadian dollars per (U.S.) dollar, then what is the price in dollars per squaremile?

  93. math

    if you buy a 20 dollar thing with a 25 dollar gift card, do you still have 5 dollars?

  94. English

    1. I usually buy waffles from the cart on the road near Seowon Market. 2. Walk from the school gate toward Chungrryeol Apartment. The restaurant is between the bookstore and the post office across from the apartment. 3. Go out of the school gate. Turn

  95. Math

    20.Proms earned 82 dollars last week.She earned 6 dollars each hour and received a bonus of 10 dollars for exceptional work.Which equation can be used to find h the number of hours Proma worked last week A.6h+10=82 B.6h-10=82 C.10h+6=82 D.10h-6=82 A An

  96. business math

    Mr. Nathan earns a net pay of RM1,254.17 a week. How much will he earns in a year?

  97. Earlychilodhood education

    Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points Karen asked, "Where does rain come from?" The best response for her teacher is: A. "The clouds." B. "I don't really know, Karen." C. "How could we find out where rain comes from?" D. "That's really hard to understand, Karen."

  98. Physics

    Jeff tosses a can of soda pop to Karen, who is standing on her 3rd floor balcony a distance of 8.5m above Jeff’s hand. Jeff gives the can an initial velocity of 16m/s, fast enough so that the can goes up past Karen, who catches the can on its way down.

  99. Earlychilodhood education

    Karen asked, "Where does rain come from?" The best response for her teacher is: A. "The clouds." B. "I don't really know, Karen." C. "How could we find out where rain comes from?" D. "That's really hard to understand, Karen."

  100. Earlychilodhood education

    Karen asked, "Where does rain come from?" The best response for her teacher is: A. "The clouds." B. "I don't really know, Karen." C. "How could we find out where rain comes from?" D. "That's really hard to understand, Karen."

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