Bill and Jane have been offered jobs where they will be paid strictly on commission. They expect to receive 3% commission on all sales of Solar Panels they close. Jane’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $95,600 a year. Bill’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $47,000 a year part-time. How much in Solar Panel sales would Bill and Jane need individually in order to reach their targeted salaries? Show your work.

How are the parallel narratives of the life of Jurgis Rudkus in The Jungle reflective of what is going on in America during this period?
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What is the draw to become a member in the group you have selected? What political interest does the agency serve?
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Bill and Jane have been offered jobs where they will be paid strictly on commission. They expect to receive 3% commission on all sales of Solar Panels they close. Jane’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $95,600 a year. Bill’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $47,000 a year part-time. How much in Solar Panel sales would Bill and Jane need individually in order to reach their targeted salaries? Show your work.

Basic Math Assignment
(Total 40 Points)

Question 1: (4 Points)

a) The cost of a product went up $53 in 2012 and went down $47 in 2013. What is the overall change in price over the two-year period? 53-47=6.00

b) Amit bounced three checks and the bank charge for each was $23. Use a negative or positive sign to express the total service charges.

c) 53 ÷ 6 = (express using remainder)

d) 28 – (- 17) =

Question 2: (8 Points)

a) 0.62 * 0.15 =

b) Jorge’s checking account was overdrawn $37. If he deposited $48, what is his new balance?

c) Uncle Marvin’s debts were divided between three of his nieces. If he owed a total of $14,886, how much was owed by each niece?

d) 0.6298 – (-7.413) = (round to the nearest thousandth)

e) 13.25 * (-9) =

f) 6.956 ÷ (-3.7) =

g) 29 * 3.275 = (round to the nearest hundredth)

h) If the bank was asked to reverse a service charge they’d previously assessed, could the following problem be the correct way of calculating this? $109 – (28) = $81. True or false. Explain how you arrived at your conclusion.

Question 3: (12 Points) Answers and work should be in fraction form.

a) 5/6 + 1/7 =

b) 2/5 – 5/8 =

c) (1/8) (-6/7) =

d) 16 ÷ 11/5 =

Question 4: (16 Points)

Bill and Jane have been offered jobs where they will be paid strictly on commission. They expect to receive 3% commission on all sales of Solar Panels they close. Jane’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $95,600 a year. Bill’s goal is to earn a gross salary of $47,000 a year part-time. How much in Solar Panel sales would Bill and Jane need individually in order to reach their targeted salaries? Show your work.

Bill:

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