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• great way to put it in i understood and i am just a 7th grader

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• you made this for 8th graders.Here in the Philippines we study this at grade 5 but im grade 6 we're just havin a review lesson for NAT (national achievement test) for grade 7 or 1st year highschool.

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but percentage on the commission is not fixe different companies have diffr percentage

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### Commission

1. 1. Commission
2. 2. What is a commission? <ul><li>A commission is a fee paid to a person who makes a sale. </li></ul><ul><li>The commission is usually a percent of the selling price. The percent is called the commission rate . </li></ul>commission  commission rate  total sales
3. 3. Example 1 <ul><li>Carmen Pena works in an appliance store. She is paid a 5% commission rate on all appliances that she sells. What is her commission on the sale of a television set that costs \$369? </li></ul>commission  commission rate  total sales 5%  369 .05 x 369 \$18.45  Make sure you convert to a decimal!
4. 4. Example 2 <ul><li> Suppose the commission rate is 8%. Find the commission on a \$675 refrigerator. </li></ul>commission  commission rate  total sales 8%  675 .08 x 675 \$54  Make sure you convert to a decimal!
5. 5. Try This! <ul><li>commission rate: 5% </li></ul><ul><li>total sales: \$200 </li></ul><ul><li>commission: __________ </li></ul>Commission x Sales 5% x 200 .05 x 200 = 10 commission rate: 6% total sales: \$1,500 commission: __________ Commission x Sales 6% x 1500 .06 x 1500 = 90
6. 6. <ul><li>Other salespeople are paid a commission plus a regular salary. Their total pay is a percent of the sales they make plus a salary. </li></ul>total pay  commission + salary
7. 7. Example 3 <ul><li>Josh earns a weekly salary of \$300 and a 6% commission on his sales. Last week his sales totaled \$3,500. What was his total pay? </li></ul>Think: total pay, t  commission rate  total sales  salary 6% 3500 300   Make sure you convert to a decimal! = .06  3500 + 300 = 210 + 300 = 510 total pay, t
8. 8. Try This! <ul><li>Commission rate: 3% </li></ul><ul><li>Total sales: \$1800 </li></ul><ul><li>Salary: \$250 </li></ul><ul><li>Total Pay: __________ </li></ul>Commission x Sales 3% x 1800 .03 x 1800 = 54 54 + 250 = \$304 Commission x Sales 2% x 25000 .02 x 25000 = 500 500 + 400 = \$900 Commission rate: 2% Total sales: \$25,000 Salary: \$400 Total Pay: __________
9. 9. Finding the Commission Rate <ul><li>The commission on the sale of a \$1,150 video camera is \$69. What was the commission rate? </li></ul>What percent of 1150 is 69? Let r  commission rate. is of 69 1150  Commission Rate = 6% Make sure you convert to a percent! Remember!!
10. 10. Try This! <ul><li>Total sales: \$5000 </li></ul><ul><li>Commission Rate:______ </li></ul><ul><li>Commission: \$250 </li></ul>Commission / Sales 250 / 5000 25 / 500 = 1/20 = 5% Total sales: \$2800 Commission Rate:______ Commission: \$700 Commission / Sales 700 / 2800 7 / 28 = ¼ = 25%
11. 11. Finding the Selling Price <ul><li>The commission rate is 3% and the commission on the software sale is \$18. What is the selling price? </li></ul>3 % of what number is 18? Remember!! is of % 100 = 18 x 3 100 = 3 x = 1800 x = 600 The selling price is \$600
12. 12. Try This! <ul><li>Total sales:________ </li></ul><ul><li>Commission Rate: 4% </li></ul><ul><li>Commission: \$50 </li></ul>Total sales:________ Commission Rate: 5% Commission: \$400 4x = 5000 x = 1250 5x = 40000 x = 8000 50 x 4 100 = 400 x 5 100 =