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$237 Weekly: find the social security tax deducted.

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    please plase please help :(

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    what does this have to do with discrete math?

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    No one will help me in the "math class" they keep saying there not in there to do school there in there to talk to people :( no one will help

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    ohh u mean math chat. Well this def doesnt fall under discrete math but in any case you are missing one piece of information. Can you post the full question

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    i did this is all the info my teacher gave us :(

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    hmmmm what topic are you learning and what amount is the social security tax? like what percentage

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    idk and Its called consumer math

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    hmmm well i am not from the US and wldnt know abt this but maybe you gotta google the social security tax

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    The Social Security tax rate for employees is 4.2 percent through the end of the year

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    237*52 since there are 52 weeks in a yr So the guy makes in total for that yr $12,324 Wow this guy barely makes money lol

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    Lol Thanks so much !!!

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    Now social security charges a 4.2% charge on what u earn that year 12324*.042=517.608 So the social security tax that gets deducted from what you earned that year is $517.608

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    hmmm did u follow @awesome1719

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