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50:50. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. Welcome to Who Wants to be a Millionaire. 13. $250,000. 12. $125,000. 11. $64,000. 10. $32,000. 9. $16,000. 8. $8,000. 7. $4,000. 6. $2,000. 5. $1,000. 4. $500. 3. $300. 2. $200. 1. $100. 15. $1 Million. 14. $500,000. 13.

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1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

Welcome toWho Wants to be a Millionaire

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$125,000

What is the daily record of when you report to work and when you leave called?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

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$100

A: Overtime

B: Weekly Time Card

C: Salary

D: None of these


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

What is the daily record of when you report to work and when you leave called?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

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$100

B: Weekly Time Card


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

If Marianna earns 5 % commission on $1500, how much will she receive?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

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$100

A: $175

B: $750

C: $7.50

D: $75


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

Last week Maks worked 45 hours. His hourly rate is $12.50, how much did he get for working

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $562

B: $562.50

C: 562.2

D: $652


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

12

$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

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$100


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$1 Million

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$125,000

I earn $414 per week and I am married with 2 kids. How much income tax is witheld? Use textbook Appendix A4.

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $20

B: $13

C: $17

D: None of the above


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

What is the rate used to calculate social security tax upto $97,500

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

3

$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: 6.2%

B: 4%

C: 7.8%

D: 1.45%


1 million

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the $1,000

Milestone!


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

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$100


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$1 Million

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Which one of these is not a Tax on an earning statement?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: Fed W/H

B: Medicare

C: Gross income

D: State W/H


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

4

$500

3

$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$125,000

Monday to Friday Alex worked 48 hours at an hourly rate of $6.00. In addition he worked 7 hours overtime on Saturday at 1.5 times my hourly rate. What was his gross pay this week?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $343

B: $351

C: $376

D: None of the above


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

3

$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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Bennett is a carpenter. He earns $16.25 per hour. How many hours must he work to earn approximately $341 per week?

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

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$100

A: 42

B: 34

C: 7

D: 21


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$1 Million

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$125,000

Allyson sells Leprechaun uniforms. She earns 3% on the first $2000 and 15% on all sales over $2000. How much did she earn if she sold $12000 worth of leprechaun uniforms?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $60

B: $1560

C: $1500

D: $1074


1 million

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$1 Million

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

Chico’s annual salary is $40,560. What is his bimonthly salary?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $1560

B: $3380

C: $1690

D: $780


1 million

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the $32,000

Milestone!


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$250,000

Garrett’s gross pay is $44,750 a year. The state income tax rate is 3% of taxable wages. He takes a married exemption ($4000) for himself. How much does Garrett’s employer withold yearly from his gross earnings for State income Tax.

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $1222.50

B: $40,750

C: $4000.

D: $3.75


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$500

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$300

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$200

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$100


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$125,000

Kirby’s gross biweekly pay is $728. His earnings total $26,208. What amount does his employer deduct from his wages this pay period for Social Security Taxes?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $40.25

B: $55.70

C: $10.56

D: $45.14


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$500

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$300

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$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$125,000

The annual cost of Danielle’s family membership to group insurance is $9,800. The company pays 75% of the cost. How much money does Danielle pay?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

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$200

50:50

1

$100

A: 25%

B: $94.23

C: $2,450

D: 75%


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$500

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$300

2

$200

1

$100


1 million

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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

Lisa is a single ticketing agent who claims 1 allowances. Her gross weekly salary is $320. Each week she is deducted Federal, Social Security and Medicare taxes; $40.20 for Medical insurance, 1.5% for state tax and $25. for credit union. Find her net pay?

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

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$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $104.48

B: $194.52

C: $135.48

D: None of the above


1 million

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$1 Million

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$125,000

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$500

3

$300

2

$200

1

$100


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$1 Million

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$500,000

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$250,000

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$125,000

Ally pays $115.80 per month for her group medical coverage. Her employer pays 55% of the cost. How much is the annual premium for Ally’s health insurance?

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$64,000

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$32,000

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$16,000

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$8,000

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$4,000

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$2,000

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$1,000

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$500

3

$300

2

$200

50:50

1

$100

A: $3,088

B: 5,080

C: $480

D: $6,205


1 million

YOU WIN $1 MILLION DOLLARS!


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