Phil smith is a car salesman. Last week his total sales amounted to 27,650.00, and he received 1,382.50 in commission. What is his rate of commission?
1,382.50 / 27,650=0.05 = 5% Phil Smith a car salesman. Last week his total sales amounted to \$27,650.00 and he received \$1,382.50 in commission. Thus, His commission is 5%.
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The following options is a better purchase for a bicycle: Option 1: A cash sale for \$88 Option 2: \$5 down with equal payments of \$8 for 10 weeks Option 3: \$12 down with equal payments of \$5 for 12 months Option 4: \$20 down with equal payments of \$20 [ for 12 months. An option 3: \$12 down with equal payments of \$5 for 12 months is a better purchase for a bicycle. Option 1: \$88 cash Option 2: \$5 down + \$8 * 10 = \$85 Option 3: \$12 down + \$5 * 12 = \$72 (answer) Option 4: \$20 down + \$20 + 12 =\$260.
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