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## Three salesmen work for the same company, selling the same product. And, although they are all gold on a weekly basis, each salesman e

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Three salesmen work for the same company, selling the same product. And, although they are all gold on

a weekly basis, each salesman earns his paycheck differently

Salesman A works strictly on commission. He earns $65 per sale, with a maximum weekly commission of

$1,300

Salesman B earns a weekly base salary of $300, plus a commission of $40 per sale. There are no limits

on the amount of commission he can earn

Salesman C does not corn any commission. His weekly salary is $900,

Suppose Salesmen A and B have the same number of sales and earn the same amount in Week of this

month. How many sales must they both have had?

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Answer:none of them are proportional. proportional would mean that they would earn 10 times as much if they sold 10 times as much.

A = 65 s maximum of 1300

B = 300 + 40 s

C = 900

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