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lygersarereal

  • 4 years ago

Calculate the annual wages for a nursing aid who earns $8.29 per hour.

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  1. lygersarereal
    • 4 years ago
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    Isn't it: (8.29 * 40) * 52 ?

  2. moneybird
    • 4 years ago
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    it depends on number of working hours per day

  3. lygersarereal
    • 4 years ago
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    Well what if that is left unsaid?

  4. moneybird
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    and whether he/she has holiday

  5. lygersarereal
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    At that point, one would assume 40, right?

  6. moneybird
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    why 40 though?

  7. lygersarereal
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    That information was not given.

  8. lygersarereal
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    I thought 40 hours a week was the standard weekly amount of hours a person works.

  9. lygersarereal
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    answer options: A. $16,580 B. $15,680 C. $8,290 D. $10,120

  10. moneybird
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    didn't know that but if 40 hours per week, then number of week per year = 52 40 * 52 * 8.29 = 17243.2

  11. lygersarereal
    • 4 years ago
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    Thank you for the help.

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