# mandy

### Working in a healthcare field, how would you make sure employees/patients are safe and what procedures would you put in place to ensure this?

Talking about the Corona Virus.

1 AnswerOther - General Health Care4 months ago### Which ethical theory relates to social conditioning?

2 AnswersHigher Education (University +)10 months ago### William received a job offer at a large mining company which will pay him a gross salary of $66,600 per annum.?

a. Calculate his periodic gross payments if he is paid monthly.

b. Calculate his periodic gross payments if he is paid semi-monthly.

c. Calculate his periodic gross payments if he is paid bi-weekly.

1 AnswerMathematics1 year ago### Tom receives a bi-weekly pay of $2,150.... (READ BELOW)?

He has 36 regular hours work weeks and he gets paid overtime at time-and-a-half for any hours worked over 36 hours. Assume that 1 year = 52 weeks.

a. Calculate his annual salary.

b. Calculate his overtime rate of pay.

c. If he worked a total of 94 hours during his last bi-weekly pay-period, calculate his gross payment for the last pay-period.

2 AnswersMathematics1 year ago### At Yogi Yogurt, the average age of 15 part-time employees is 18 years old. The average age of the 5 full-time employees is 26 years old.?

a) What is the simple average age per empoyee?

7 AnswersMathematics1 year ago### Word Math Problem Below. A footwear retailer sold 12 pairs of sneakers for $70 each.....?

A footwear retailer sold 12 pairs of sneakers for $70 each, 13 pairs of leather shoes for $120 each, 5 pairs of boots for $185 each, and 8 pairs of sandals for $25 each.

a. What is the weighted average price of the footwear sold?

b.What is the simple arithmetic average?

1 AnswerHomework Help1 year ago### Trying to solve this math word problem below. Can you help me?

A 5-metre long pipe is cut into 2 pieces. One piece is 3 times the length of the other piece. Find the length of each piece, entering your answers in metres and rounding your answers to two decimal places.

12 AnswersMathematics1 year ago### Help me solve this math problem below?

John receives a loan for $16,000. Three-fifths of this amount is spent on purchasing materials to dye the shirts and one-fourth of the remaining amount is spent on labour costs. What amount is left over?

7 AnswersMathematics1 year ago### How come canadian media doesn't make certain news break the headlines as others? Aren't they as important?

I've been doing some research on some cold case files and its shocking that these cases are not being publicize to the public. Why is that??

3 AnswersMedia & Journalism1 year ago