Ask Question
5 August, 19:42

Three salesmen are working for the same company, selling the same product. And, although they are all paid on a weekly basis, each salesman earns his paycheck differently. Salesman A works strictly on commission. He earns $65 per sale, with a maximum weekly commission of $1,300. Salesman B earns a weekly base salary of $300, plus a commission of $40 per sale. There are no limits on the amount of commission he can earn. Salesman C does not earn any commission. His weekly salary is $900.

1. For each salesman, write an equation showing the relationship between their weekly paycheck amount, p, and the number of sales, s, they had that week.

+2
Answers (1)
  1. 5 August, 20:51
    0
    A:

    p = 65s, 0"s"20

    p = 1300, s > 20

    B:

    p = 300 + 40s, s"0

    C:

    p = 900

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Salmesman A:

    p = 65s

    65s = 1300

    s = 20

    Salesman B:

    p = 300 + 40s

    Salesman C:

    p = 900
Know the Answer?
Not Sure About the Answer?
Get an answer to your question ✅ “Three salesmen are working for the same company, selling the same product. And, although they are all paid on a weekly basis, each salesman ...” in 📙 Mathematics if there is no answer or all answers are wrong, use a search bar and try to find the answer among similar questions.
Search for Other Answers