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''a certain company pays the workers at the end of each week. if a worker works up to 40 hours he is paid 10 gh cedis for each hour worked. if an employee works more than 40 hours he is paid 15 gh cedis for every hour worked in excess of 40. all employees are required to pay 15% of their gross as income tax. 2 and half % as national health levy,1% as to the metropolitan tax. any employee who has more than three children must pay 1.50 gh cedis per child in excess of three gets fund''.

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  1. if you say so...
    was there a question in there somewhere?

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