Choose the method of pay that would result in the most earnings for one month on sales of \$73,620. a. Straight commission of 6% on all sales. b. Monthly salary of \$3,000 plus 2% commission on all sales. c. Graduated commission of 4% on the first \$50,000 in sales and 9% on anything over that. d. Graduated commission of 5% on the first \$35,000 in sales and 7% on anything over that
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User: Choose the method of pay that would result in the most earnings for one month on sales of \$73,620. a. Straight commission of 6% on all sales. b. Monthly salary of \$3,000 plus 2% commission on all sales. c. Graduated commission of 4% on the first \$50,000 in sales and 9% on anything over that. d. Graduated commission of 5% on the first \$35,000 in sales and 7% on anything over that

Weegy: The method of pay that would result in the most earnings for one month on sales of \$73,620 is monthly salary of \$3,000 plus 2% commission on all sales.
natalie30|Points 1611|

User: The CPI is a price index that can be defined as: a. a guide to consumer spending. c. an indicator of what firms ought to produce. b. a statistical series that can be used to measure consumer prices of a market basket of goods over time. d. none of the above.

Weegy: The CPI is a price index that can be defined as: a statistical series that can be used to measure consumer prices of a market basket of goods over time.

User: Which of the following describes a situation where you would most likely choose passive income over another type of income? a. A very successful band wants to record a song you wrote. You can sell the rights to the song or keep the rights and collect a percentage of the price of each compact disk sold. b. You own a home. You can sell it now to make a profit or you can rent it out for a year, giving the renter the option to buy it for the balance owed. c. The stocks you own go up and down in value, but are now up. You can keep the stocks and collect any monthly dividends or sell them for all for profit now. d. Your company offers you two options of how you can be paid. You can be paid an annual salary or an hourly wage

Weegy: c. The stocks you own go up and down in value, but are now up. You can keep the stocks and collect any monthly dividends or sell them for all for profit now.
crushlyangel|Points 10|

User: Which of the following is not a factor that could lead to economic growth? a. labor c. land b. capital d. opportunity cost

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Opportunity cost is not a factor that could lead to economic growth.
Confirmed by vchutkan [7/19/2016 8:31:07 PM]

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