anonymous
  • anonymous
rob intial weekly pay was $520. After his first year, this was increased by 4%. At the end of his second year, this salary was incrreased by 2%. what is his weekly pay after his 2nd raise?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
wouldnt it be 520x.40?
anonymous
  • anonymous
520(0.04)=x x+520= weekly pay weeklypay(.02)=x x+weeklypay=answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
540.80+10.8160? = weekly pay?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yes 551.616
anonymous
  • anonymous
520*1.04=540.80 540.80*1.02=551.616
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thanks i guess what messed me up was i tried doing 520(.40)
anonymous
  • anonymous
.40 is forty percent
anonymous
  • anonymous
.04 is four percent
anonymous
  • anonymous
.045 is 4.5%
anonymous
  • anonymous
.455 is 45.4 percent
anonymous
  • anonymous
45.5 percent
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh i can see how a small mistake can get and far off from correct one ha
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes

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