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#1 2006-09-10 01:42:40

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Calculating Salary where Everyone's Pay Differs by a Decimal

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The Clothes store at the mall has four employees (Benjamin, Tyler, Brandon, and Jennifer). This week they worked 45, 25, 27, and 22 hours. The employees at the Clothes store are paid by the hour. Each employee is paid at a different hourly rate ($10.71, $10.80, $10.75, and $10.57).

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


1. Benjamin earned $264.25 this week.

2. Jennifer had the largest paycheck for the week.

3. This week, Tyler worked the least number of hours.

4. Brandon earns the most amount of money per hour.

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