Chapter 1, Lesson 1 Computing Wages

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Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDateWorkbook ActivityPeriodChapter 1, Lesson 11Computing WagesEXAMPLEHoursRateSolution: 5.49 13 13 5.491647 549The answer is 71.37. 71.37Directions Compute the wages for each example below.HoursWorkedRate1. 15 4.1520. 15 4.032. 40 3.8521. 39 4.483. 36 5.6822. 15 3.414. 40 6.8223. 32 4.455. 10 5.7624. 19 6.046. 30 6.3225. 33 4.127. 13 5.1926. 33 6.978. 24 4.0427. 16 4.009. 26 68.2028. 28 6.3110. 35 4.3229. 18 56.7011. 33 4.4230. 35 6.3412. 33 5.5431. 27 4.1213. 33 5.7032. 16 4.7814. 12 4.0033. 9 7.0815. 23 4.2634. 26 5.0716. 39 6.1135. 29 4.0617. 19 6.6836. 21 3.6918. 20 5.8737. 13 3.9719. 16 57.5038. 18 3.74WagesHoursWorked American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.RateWagesConsumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDatePeriodWorkbook ActivityChapter 1, Lesson 22Estimating Annual WagesEXAMPLEHourlyrate 13.48Estimated hoursworked in a year2,000Solution: 13.48 2,000 26,960.00The answer is 26,960.Directions Compute the annual wages for each example ateAnnualWages1. Cook, fast food 6.5421. Pile driver operator 20.002. Cook, institution 8.3822. Construction laborer 12.753. Cook, restaurant 8.5223. Paving operator 13.994. Cook, short order 7.1424. Floor layer 15.045. Food attendant 6.7025. Carpenter’s helper 10.206. Dishwasher 6.7826. Electrician’s helper 10.417. Home health aide 9.0427. Painter’s helper 9.738. Nursing aide 8.5928. Roofer 14.369. Pharmacy aide 9.1429. Telephone operator 12.8810. Veterinary assistant 8.0330. Payroll clerk 12.8911. Medical assistant 10.4831. Teller 8.8112. Dental assistant 11.6032. Receptionist 9.5513. Massage therapist 13.8233. Hotel desk clerk 7.7934. Executive secretary 14.8435. Medical secretary 11.5114. Physical therapy assistant 16.2015. Physical therapy aide 9.6916. Construction supervisor 21.9836. Legal secretary 15.4817. Boilermaker 18.5137. Computer operator 13.5418. Carpenter 16.5538. Word processor 11.6719. Carpet installer 15.2639. Desktop publisher 14.9820. Stonemason 16.4640. Proofreader 10.46 American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDatePeriodWorkbook ActivityChapter 1, Lesson 33Working with Time CardsEXAMPLEJoline is produce manager at a market. Yesterday she reported for workat 7:53 A.M. She went to lunch at 12:57 P.M. Joline returned to the marketat 1:59 P.M. and left for home at 4:32 P.M. How long did Joline work?MorningSolution:This is Joline’s time 3:92 (Rename 1 hour to 60 minutes. 32 60 92 minutes.) 7:53 1:59 1:59 5:04 2:33 7:37Joline worked 7 hours and 37 minutes.Directions Compute the total time worked each utAfternoonInOutTimeWorked1. 7:1511:1612:056:1015. 6:3411:411:295:452. 6:2711:411:276:4916. 7:2212:052:464:483. 7:1212:511:243:4117. 6:1910:2911:164:224. 7:4711:1412:193:1418. 8:211:482:157:175. 8:5112:302:437:1119. 6:5810:2012:584:106. 7:5512:571:264:3420. 6:0210:4412:263:207. 8:551:443:555:2321. 7:4611:181:485:168. 8:1412:242:255:4722. 6:0411:281:203:469. 7:0212:311:344:5323. 8:291:352:355:4310. 8:151:023:167:1324. 7:0412:442:515:3911. 6:0711:061:475:1525. 7:1911:1012:113:1212. 7:1411:221:154:5126. 7:1112:272:345:0113. 6:5811:441:063:3627. 7:4812:001:006:3514. 8:291:123:247:2028. 7:5412:462:165:30 American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDateWorkbook ActivityPeriodChapter 1, Lesson 44Overtime RatesEXAMPLEJamal earns 6.65 per hour. What are his overtime rates?Time and a half 6.65 1.5 3 325 6 65 9.975Double time 6.65 2 13.30Jamal’s time and a half rate is 9.975 and his double time rate is 13.30.Directions Find the time and a half and the double time rates for each hourlyrate. Do not round answers.HourlyRateOvertime RatesTime andDoublea HalfTimeHourlyRateOvertime RatesTime andDoublea HalfTime1. 7.1711. 24.882. 8.7012. 17.903. 7.3513. 26.964. 12.7014. 29.885. 10.5015. 11.52 8.2216. 20.027. 11.0817. 13.458. 13.6618. 19.459. 11.9319. 19.21 6.7520. 18.636.10. American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDateWorkbook ActivityPeriodChapter 1, Lesson 55Working OvertimeEXAMPLEGeorge, a clerk, earns 6.32 per hour for a 40-hour week. After40 hours he earns time and a half. Last week he worked 53 hours.He computed his pay:Step 1: 006.32 Hourly Rate 40 Hours 252.80 Regular WagesStep 4: 252.80 123.24 376.04Step 2: 006.3.2 1.5 3.1.6.0 6.3.2.0 9.4.8.0Step 3: 009.48 13 28.44 94.80 123.24Hourly Rate(Time and a half)Overtime RateOvertime RateOvertime HoursOvertime WagesRegular WagesOvertime WagesTotal WagesGeorge earned 376.04.Directions Compute the total wages. Use time and a half for any time over40 hours. Do not round any answers.HoursWorkedRateTotalWages1.42 8.00 2.41 6.653.694.HoursWorkedRateTotalWages14.62 6.22 15.44 18.41 5.82 16.80 6.76 77 5.78 17.94 5.25 5.76 6.57 18.72 5.96 6.94 6.81 19.76 7.46 7.51 5.29 20.68 14.31 8.101 5.50 21.64 7.54 9.96 6.38 22.64 5.54 10.80 5.36 23.77 7.73 11.96 13.70 24.70 7.62 12.56 4.90 25.86 6.98 13.66 4.20 26.44 5.70 American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDatePeriodWorkbook ActivityChapter 1, Lesson 66Compute Earnings that Include TipsEXAMPLEShasta delivers flowers. She earns 5.15 an hour plus tips. In one 40-hourworkweek she earned 153.00 in tips. Find her total income for the week.Step 1: Find weekly wages 5.15 Hourly wage 40 Hours worked 206.00 Weekly wagesStep 2: Add tips to weekly wages 206.00 Weekly wages 153.00 Tips 359.00 Total incomeShasta’s total income is 359.00Directions Compute the answers to these problems. Write your answer on the line.1. Sharmaine works 30 hours at an exclusive restaurant. She earns 3.50 per hour plus tips. In one week, she earned 1,250.00 in tips.What was Sharmaine’s total income?2. Eldon helps people load their groceries into their cars at thegrocery store. The grocery store pays him 5.15 per hour. In oneweek he worked 38 hours and earned 425.00 in tips. What washis total income?3. Cybil delivers food for an Asian carryout. She works 28 hoursper week for 3.50 per hour. In a particular week she earned 240.00 in tips. What was her total income that week?4. Arquette is a caddy at the country club. He has no hourly wage.His only income is from tips. In a given week he was tipped by12 golfers: 20, 15, 10, 15, 25, 10, 15, 22, 18, 15, 20, 20. What did he earn that week?5. Lucinda is a baby sitter. Her hourly rate is 5.00. In one week shebaby sat 13 hours and received tips of 14.50. How much didshe earn?6. Martin is a hair stylist. He averages a weekly wage of 240 andusually gets another 356 in tips. What is his average totalincome?7. Ansel is a maid at the hotel. He receives tips from the guests at theends of their stay. One week he earned 452.67 in tips and 5.23per hour for 40 hours. What did he earn? American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDateWorkbook ActivityPeriodChapter 1, Lesson 77Weekly Wages for PieceworkEXAMPLECarol makes jewelry. She earns 0.78 for each piece that shemakes. How much will she earn this week?Daily ProductionM49Solution:49576342 54 265T57W63Th42F54Piece Rate 0.782.65 .78 21.20 188.50 206.70Weekly productionWeekly productionPiece rateWagesCarol will earn 206.70.Directions Compute the wages for each example below.Daily ProductionMTWThFPieceRateWages1.3738343835 1.002.101111912 3.123.1614151414 3.014.3132333234 1.055.9101098 2.916.86769 4.257.1918181815 2.508.1314111311 2.729.1413131214 3.6810.1720211920 1.8811.1216171615 2.7612.67677 3.6613.2220192117 2.4414.1516141717 1.76 American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDateWorkbook ActivityPeriodChapter 1, Lesson 88Rounding MoneyEXAMPLESally wants to leave a tip for the good service. Her bill is 23.78. Acustomary 15% tip is 3.567. Round to the nearest cent, dime and dollar.Key DigitCent: 3.567Dime: 3.567Dollar: 3.567Add 1? 3.577 3.667 4.567Drop remaining digits. 3.57 3.60 Hold cents place with zeros. 4.00Sally may leave a tip of 3.57, 3.60 or 4.00Directions Round each amount to the nearest cent, dime and dollar.CentKey DigitDimeDollarCentKey DigitDimeDollar1. 12.3456 12.35 12.30 1211. 4.285322. 32.51812. 34.55613. 10.33413. 504.7294. 28.536114. 11.49815. 67.008115. 125.8736. 123.99116. 39.02067. 83.99617. 62.58208. 0.78918. 0.54329. 0.89919. 0.453220. 831.38576CentKey DigitDimeDollar10. 44.4444Directions: Round each amount to the next cent, dime and dollar.CentKey DigitDimeDollar21. 12.345625. 67.008122. 32.51826. 4.2853223. 10.33427. 34.556124. 28.536128. 504.729 American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Consumer Mathematics

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box. Then clickOK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.EXAMPLENameWynell is quoted an annual salary of 52,000.00. He has the option of several pay periods. Find the amount he would receivein each pay period.Pay PeriodNumber of rly4Semiannually2 1,000.0052 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 2,000.0026 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 2,166.6724 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 4,333.3312 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 13,000.004 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 26,000.002 5 2 0,0 0 0.0 Wynell is paid either 1,000.00 weekly, 2,000.00 biweekly, 2,166.67 semimonthly, 4,333.33 monthly, 13,000.00quarterly or 26,000.00 semiannually.Directions Complete the following chart. Find the amount earned during each pay period. Round answers to the nearest cent.Semi-monthly24 payperiodsMonthly12 payperiodsQuarterly4 payperiodsSemi-annually2 payperiods1.Jacob 15,6002.Matthew 31,2003.Joshua 78,0004.Madison 10,9205.Hannah 140,400 93,6006. SamanthaAndrew 35,0008.Ashley 90,0009.Michael 27,43010.Emily 44,35897.Workbook ActivityBiweekly26 payperiodsPeriodWeekly52 payperiodsChapter 1, Lesson 9Consumer MathematicsWorkerAnnualSalaryDate American Guidance Service, Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce for classroom use only.Salary

Click here forMain MenuClick here to print this page. Specify the page or pages you wish to print in the dialog box.Then click OK or Print. If you do not specify the page or pages, all pages will print.NameDatePeriodWorkbook ActivityChapter 1, Lesson 1010Renaming Percents as DecimalsMethod: Remove the percent symbol and move the decimal point twoplaces to the left.EXAMPLERename 45% as a decimal.EXAMPLERename 2.4% as a decimal.45% 0.45EXAMPLE171 %72.4% 0.024Rename 13 % as a decimal.13 0.13Write a zero to make two places.1 7Directions Rename these percents as decimals.1. 35% 13. 2% 25. 453% 2. 28% 14. 93% 26. 35 % 38. 34.4% 3. 5% 15. 38% 27. 1% 39. 0.79% 4. 2.6% 16. 0.08% 28. 60% 40. 12% 5. 4% 17. 6.01% 29. 77% 41. 5.055% 6. 1.2% 18. 77.1% 30. 5.09% 42. 2.21% 7. 0.1% 19. 5.3% 31. 8.11% 43. 681% 8. 4.01% 20. 3.01 % 32. 129% 44. 0.01% 21. 48% 33. 20% 45. 3% 10. 8.2% 22. 6% 34. 400% 46. 100% 11. 9% 23. 7