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Vaughn sells vacuum cleaners at a department store. His annual salary is eighteen thousand dollars and a 9 percent commission on sales. If Vaughn's sales were forty-one thousand, eight hundred twenty-five dollars this year, what was his annual income? three thousand, seven hundred sixty-four dollars and twenty-five cents twenty-one thousand, seven hundred sixty-four dollars and twenty-five cents forty-three thousand, four hundred forty-five dollars fifty-four thousand, four hundred forty dollars and seventy-five cents

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is it the third one?
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Convert 9% to decimal form and multiply by the sale price to get the commission earned .09 * $41,825 = $3764.25. Add that to his annual salary and you get $21,764.25

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@BigSteener is correct. I did this test and it was right!
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