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A salesperson is paid a salary of $500 per month plus a 4% commission on all sales. Last month she sold $25,210 worth of goods. What is her commission?

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i got the answer $1008.40 .......but i could be off.
The base salary is $500 per month. 500 + .04(25,210) = Sales ladies total profit that month
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Your welcome.
can i ask another question?
what does commission mean ? ...
a sum or percentage allowed to agents, sales representatives, etc., for their services (Dictionary.com)
soo its just the total of everythang ritee?
I don't know for sure. Does the question give any other context?
By the definition it would be the total. Unless the question gives some kind of condition.
naw. im just making sure so i can be prepared for my test
...again, thank you.
Your welcome.

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