At a certain company, there are two factors that determine the cost of health care. If an employee makes
less than $65,000 per year, the cost is $52 per month for individual coverage and $98 per month for family
coverage. If an employee makes at least $65,000 per year, individual coverage is $67 per month and family
coverage is $122 per month.
a.) Graham makes $62,800 per year. He has individual health care. His year contribution is 10% of the total
cost. How much does his employer contribute?
b.) Claudia’s annual salary is $75,400. She has family health care. Her employer contributes $1,052 per
month towards her total coverage cost. What percent does Claudia contribute toward the total coverage?
Round to the nearest tenth of a percent.

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