Q2 M4 Exercises

Quiz by Jeremiah Elizalde Cena

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9 questions
• Q1
Maria makes money by commission rates. She gets 15% of everything she sells. If Maria sold \$23000 worth of items this month, what is her salary for the month?
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• Q2
Tiffany makes money by commission rates. She gets 21% of everything she sells. If Tiffany sold \$27000 worth of items this month, what is her salary for the month?
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• Q3
: If your restaurant food was \$17.00 and the total bill was \$17.68, then what is the sale tax rate being charged?
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• Q4
Peter makes \$7000 a month plus some money by commission rates. He gets 6% of everything he sells. If Peter sold \$55000 worth of items this month, what is his salary for the month?
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• Q5
Cindy makes \$9000 a month plus some money by commission rates. She gets 10% of everything she sells. If Cindy sold \$30000 worth of items this month, what is her salary for the month?
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• Q6
Paul makes a base monthly salary of \$1500. As a vendor, he must sell \$19000 worth of items per month. He also makes a 6% commission on all sales beyond the monthly quota. If Paul sold \$26600 worth of items this month, what is his total salary for the month including base salary and commission to the nearest dollar?
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• Q7
If the sales tax rate is 7.25% in California, then how much would you pay in Los Angeles for a pair of shoes that cost \$39.00?
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