C = Commission amount
Net Pay = .82(900 + .06C)
i cant figure this out
calculate the gross pay, deductions, and net pay. Each employee will receive a base pay of $900 plus a sales commission of 6 percent of sales.
After calculating the net pay, calculate the budget amount for each category based on the percentages given.
Base pay $900
Commission 6% of sales
Gross pay Sum of base pay and commission
Deductions 18% of gross pay
Net pay Gross pay minus deductions
I am not sure i i am doing this correct
so base pay is
X being sales
900 + x
would the sale commission be:
Commission = 900 + x * 0.06
or 900 + x *0.94
someone help me sort this out
No. The "base pay" is $900; it does not depend on x.
Neither. The commission is x*0.06. The net pay is 900+ 0.06 xwould the sale commission be:
Commission = 900 + x * 0.06
or 900 + x *0.94
Suppose a person working for you had total sales $1000.00. If his net pay were "900+ x*0.94" you would have to pay him 900+ 940= $1840, almost twice what he brought in! How are you going to make any money?someone help me sort this out