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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

if you are starting a salaried job at $22,000 per years and after 6 months on the job you get a 10 % raise what will be the total income for the year, and what will be the annual salary income at the end of the year?

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  1. radar
    • 5 years ago
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    For the first 6 months (1/2 year) you will receive $11,000 The remaining 6 months will include the 10% raise which works out to be $11,000 + .10*$11,000=(11,000+1100)=$12,100 the year total salary is $23,100, His annual income at the end of the year is ($22,000+.1*22,000)=22,000+2200=$24,200

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    thanks

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