Under the decimal system of computing time worked at Carman’s Company, production workers who are tardy are “docked” according to the schedule shown below.
|Minutes Late in
|1 through 6||1/10|
|7 through 12||2/10|
|13 through 18||3/10|
|19 through 24, etc.||4/10|
The regular hours of work, Monday through Friday, are from 7:30 to 11:30 A.M. and from 12:30 to 4:30 P.M. During one week, Bernard Hoskins, who earns $12.95 an hour, reports in and checks out as shown below. Employees are not paid for ringing in a few minutes before 7:30 and 12:30 nor for ringing out a few minutes after 11:30 and 4:30.
Refer to the partial time card and compute the following:
a. The hours worked each day. Enter any fraction of an hour as a decimal. For example 23/10 hours would be entered as 2.3.
|Monday||fill in the blank 1
|Tuesday||fill in the blank 2 hours|
|Wednesday||fill in the blank 3 hours|
|Thursday||fill in the blank 4 hours|
|Friday||fill in the blank 5 hours|
b. The total hours worked. Round your answer to one decimal place.
fill in the blank 6 hours
c. The gross earnings for the week, rounded to the nearest cent.
$fill in the blank 7
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