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#1 2006-09-10 01:36:47

Devantè
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Calculating Salary with Whole Numbers

Exercises on Calculating Salary with Whole Numbers

The Clothes store at the mall has six employees (William, Brittany, Kyle, Michael, Sydney, and Alyssa). This week they worked 46, 29, 28, 36, 40, and 44 hours. The employees at the Clothes Store are paid by the hour. Each employee is paid at a different hourly rate ($12, $14, $6, $17, $10, and $16).

Figure out how many hours each employee worked this week. Also, determine each employee's hourly pay.


1. The employee that worked forty-six hours this week, worked fifty-three hours last week. Last week, the employee earned $98 more than the amount the employee earned this week.

2. Michael had the largest paycheck for the week.

3. Brittany worked more than twenty-eight hours this week.

4. This week, William worked the most number of hours.

5. Brittany earns the most amount of money per hour.

6. The employee that worked twenty-nine hours this week, worked thirty-five hours last week. Last week, the employee earned $60 more than the amount the employee earned this week.

7. Kyle earns more than $10 per hour.

8. The employee that worked twenty-eight hours this week, worked thirty-four hours last week. Last week, the employee earned $72 more than the amount the employee earned this week.

9. Alyssa earned $216 this week.


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