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Last month you took 20 calls per hour. This month you are taking 15% more calls. Keep up the good work.” Representative: “Thank you. Actually, I found out this morning that I have increased the
number of calls by an additional 10% over the numbers you saw. I’m now taking approximately __________ calls per hour
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User: Last month you took 20 calls per hour. This month you are taking 15% more calls. Keep up the good work.” Representative: “Thank you. Actually, I found out this morning that I have increased the number of calls by an additional 10% over the numbers you saw. I’m now taking approximately __________ calls per hour



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“We sign two new customers out of every seven people with whom we speak. Our goal is to sign 120 new customers. How many people will we have to speak with to meet our goal?”
Weegy: How much time is left before you meet your goal? Say, in weeks? days? or months? User: month Weegy: You need to speak to 1440 people. if you will base that on 2 new customers out of 7 people. (More)
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“We sign two new customers out of every seven people with whom we speak. Our goal is to sign 120 new customers. How many people will we have to speak with to meet our goal?”
Weegy: How much time is left before you meet your goal? Say, in weeks? days? or months? (More)
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Updated 7/27/2010 11:51:07 PM
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2/7=120/x, cross multiply 2x=840, divide by 2 to find x, 420 people spoken to in order to sign 120 customers.
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“How many calls will you need to make to hit your sales target for the month?” Representative: “I need to make 23 more sales. My current close ratio is 1:3.5, so I will need to make __________ calls.”
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Updated 9/7/2012 5:52:44 AM
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81 more calls. 1 sale in every 3.5 calls, so multiply 3.5 by 23 = 80.5, round up to 81 calls.
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You will need to make 81 calls to hit your sales target of 23 sales.
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Customer: “I think my bill is wrong. My monthly bill is usually $209.97, but this month it is $232.74.“ Representative: “I can help you with the problem. Oh, I see what happened. It looks like there was a service fee of $9.50 because you used EFT to pay your bill last month. There was also a late fee.” Customer: “That’s right. The EFT charge is correct, but the late fee should not have been applied because the EFT allowed me to pay on time.” Representative: “It looks like you’re right. ...
Weegy: 232.74 - 9.50 = $223.24 User: thanks Weegy: you're welcome (More)
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The answer provided is incorrect.
The late fee of $9.50 was correctly charge it was the late fee that was charge incorrect so if her bill was usually $209.97 and service added that's $209.97+9.50= $219.47 is the correct charge.

Another way to figure problem out was if the bill is usually $209.97 and its $232.74 there an additional $22.77 charge which part of that charge is the service fee of $9.50 so the late fee was $13.27 which was incorrectly charged ($22.77-$9.50=$13.27) so if charged $232.74-$13.27 (credit back) =$219.47 (total bill owed)
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The answer provided is incorrect.
The late fee of $9.50 was correctly charge it was the late fee that was charge incorrect so if her bill was usually $209.97 and service added that's $209.97+9.50= $219.47 is the correct charge.

Another way to figure problem out was if the bill is usually $209.97 and its $232.74 there an additional $22.77 charge which part of that charge is the service fee of $9.50 so the late fee was $13.27 which was incorrectly charged ($22.77-$9.50=$13.27) so if charged $232.74-$13.27 (credit back) =$219.47 (total bill owed)
Added 4/30/2013 5:12:57 PM
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