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Andrew paid an agency 10% of his first year's rent for finding him an apartment. His rent is $1,800 per month. What is the amount of the commission that Andrew paid the agency?
Weegy: Andrew paid an agency 10% of his first year's rent for finding him an apartment. His rent is $1,800 per month. (1800*12)*.1=2160. He paid the agency $2,160. User: You have budgeted to buy Table A, but you really like Table B. Table B is what percent of Table A? (More)
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Arthur is a salesperson at a clothing store. He earns a 13% commission on his total sales. If Arthur's total sales last month were $15,500, how much money did he earn?
Weegy: Arthur earns $2,015 as his commission only. His salary is $13, 485 User: Jake used an employment agency to find him a new job. Jake has agreed to pay the agency a commission equal to 4% of his first year's salary. If the agency finds Jake a job that pays $7,500 a month, what amount of commission will Jake pay? Weegy: If the agency finds Jake a job that pays $7,500 a month, the amount of commission he will pay is $3,600. [7500*12*.04 = 3600] User: Kelly earns a 7% commission on the total amount of her sales. This year, she had $210,000 in sales. How much commission did Kelly earn? Weegy: Kelly earned $14,700 commission Solution: $210,000 * 0.07 =$14, 700 User: Computer Craft pays its sales associates a 15% commission on every sale. Barry sold a laptop computer for $1,900 and a printer for $300. How much money did Barry earn on the sale of the items? Weegy: Barry earned $330 on the sale of the items. Solution: $1900 *0.15 = 285 $300*0.15=45 $285+$45=$330 User: Andrew paid an agency 10% of his first year's rent for finding him an apartment. His rent is $1,800 per month. What is the amount of the commission that Andrew paid the agency? (More)
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12x2(3x4 - 2x) Select one of the options below as your answer: A. 36x6 - 2x B. 36x6 - 24x3 C. 36x8 - 2x D. 36x8 - 24x3
Weegy: The right answer is D. 36x8 - 24x3. (More)
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