# Tyler currently earns $15.50/h. Mr. Davis decides to give Tyler a 10% raise and a one-time bonus for this week of $200 for his h

ard work. Five percent of the hourly wage is deducted for taxes. Tyler works 35 h this week. How much will Tyler’s check be this week?

1 answer:

Well, he worked 35 hours

he makes 15.5 per hour in 35 hours will be 15.5 * 35

then he gets a 10% bump from Mr. Davis

so. he really made (15.5 * 35) plus 10% of that, 10% = 10/100 = 0.1

so (15.5 * 35) + (15.5 * 35)(0.01)

then those hourly wages take a bite of 5% from the taxman

subtract 5% of that, 5% = 5/100 = 0.05

so subtract (15.5 * 35)(0.05)

then add Mr. Davis generous bonus, the bonus is not taxable,

the wages, including the 10% increase, ARE taxable

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