Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Business & FinanceTaxesUnited Kingdom · 2 months ago

# can somone do my math homework?

1) Using an hourly rate of \$12.80, calculate the total earnings for working the following hours:

30 hours at normal rates

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

27 hours at normal rates

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

40 hours at normal rates and 2 hours at time-and-a half

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

38 hours at normal rates and 5 hours at time-and-a-half

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

36 hours at normal rates, 6 hours at time-and-a-half and 4 hours at double-time

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

38 hours at normal rates and 10 hours at double-time

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

40 hours at normal rates and 8 hours at time-and-a-half

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

36 hours at normal rates, 7 hours at time-and-a-half and 6 hours at double-time

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

42 hours at normal rates, 5 hours at time-and-a-half and 3 hours at double-time.

Normal time pay =

Time-and-a-half pay =

Double-time pay =

Total pay =

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• 1 month ago

Who couldn't do it?

• 1 month ago

Yes. I can do your homework.

• 2 months ago

I'd use a calculator if I were you, my math skills are basically zero!

• Scott
Lv 7
2 months ago

No, but you can and you might learn something.

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• Anonymous
2 months ago

Will you expect someone else to also do your work for you out in the real world?

• Anonymous
2 months ago

I refuse to help cheaters who don't post under "homework help" where it belongs.

• Judy
Lv 7
2 months ago

No. Why would anyone do YOUR homework?

• Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes I can, but I'm not going to.

Thanks for asking, I guess.

• danxp2
Lv 6
2 months ago

Yes, you can do your math homework.

12.80 per hour is regular pay

19.20 per hour is time and a half pay

25.60 per hour is double time pay

The rest should be easy enough if you can multiple, and add numbers together