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# Consumer Math Slides October 3, 2007

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More about gross pay and the various ways overtime is calculated.

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### Consumer Math Slides October 3, 2007

1. 1. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Case 1: She is paid her regular hourly rate of 40 hours a week and time and a half for all hours over 40 in that week. Case 2: She is paid her regular hourly rate for all hours worked from Monday to Friday with time and a half paid for Saturday hours and double time for Sunday hours. Case 3: She is paid her regular hourly rate for all hours worked. Case 4: She is paid her regular hourly rate for an eight-hour day with time and a half paid for all hours over eight in one day. Saturday and Sunday hours are paid at double time.
2. 2. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Case 1: She is paid her regular hourly rate of 40 hours a week and time and a half for all hours over 40 in that week.
3. 3. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Case 2: She is paid her regular hourly rate for all hours worked from Monday to Friday with time and a half paid for Saturday hours and double time for Sunday hours.
4. 4. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Case 3: She is paid her regular hourly rate for all hours worked.
5. 5. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Case 4: She is paid her regular hourly rate for an eight-hour day with time and a half paid for all hours over eight in one day. Saturday and Sunday hours are paid at double time.
6. 6. May B. Dunn works the following hours during her company's busy season. Compute what May B. Dunn's gross pay would be if her company paid employees as outlined in each case. Employee Hours Worked Rate MTW T F S S May B. Dunn 9 8 8½ 7¾ 10 4 4 \$9.80 Compare and state which case is better. HOMEWORK
7. 7. Bill Tupper makes \$24 per hour for a 40 hour work week. He earns time and a half for every hour over 40 hours during that one week. If Bill earned \$1140 last week, how many overtime hours did he work? HOMEWORK