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# Module 4 lesson 11

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• 1. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 1 March 20, 2014 3/20/14Module 4, Lesson 11 HW: Lesson 11 Problem Set Do Now: Percents Quiz Tax, commission, and fees (Real world Percent Problems) Test #6 Friday 3/28
• 2. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 2 March 20, 2014 When you are done with your quiz: 1.) Turn it in. 2.) Complete the Exit Ticket for Lesson 10 3.) Complete the Opening Exercise Page S.59 4.) Complete Exercise 1 Page S.60
• 3. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 3 March 20, 2014
• 4. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 4 March 20, 2014
• 5. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 5 March 20, 2014
• 6. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 6 March 20, 2014 Opening Discussion: 1.) What is a gratuity? When do we leave a gratuity? 2.) What is commission? Who gets it? 3.) What are taxes?
• 7. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 7 March 20, 2014
• 8. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 8 March 20, 2014
• 9. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 9 March 20, 2014
• 10. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 10 March 20, 2014
• 11. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 11 March 20, 2014
• 12. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 12 March 20, 2014
• 13. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 13 March 20, 2014
• 14. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 14 March 20, 2014
• 15. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 15 March 20, 2014
• 16. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 16 March 20, 2014
• 17. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 17 March 20, 2014
• 18. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 18 March 20, 2014
• 19. Module 4 Lesson 11.notebook 19 March 20, 2014 Closing 1.) In what way is finding a 5% increase, commission, fee, and tax all the same?