a sales man has monthly bases salary of 1800 and in addition he receive a sales commission of 20% of his sales birr volume. if his sales volume in birr 1,000,000 in a particular month and if it also known that sales and month income for the particular month.
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1800 + 0.20 * 1000000 = _____
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salary of $500 per week. In addition he is paid 12% of all sales over $1000. Write the formula that describes how his weekly salary, s, depends on his weekly revenue, r. (The revenue is the amount of
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