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PART ONE    Mathematics Fundamentals and Business Applications Chapter 1    Review of Arithmetic
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Exercise 1.4
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Date
Amount Invested
Unit Price
Number of Units Purchased
February 1
200.00
10.00

March 1
200.00
10.60

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11.25

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9.50

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Total number of units purchased

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Exercise 1.5
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10. (a)Commission at 6.5% on sales of $5830 = 0.065 × $5830 = $378.95.
This is less than $400 guarantee, therefore weekly salary
(b)Commission at 6.5% on sales of
This exceeds $400 guarantee, therefore weekly salary =
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Regular hours = 40
Overtime hours = 5
At time-and-a-half, 5 overtime hours are equivalent to regular hours

Exercise 1.6
1.
Month
GST collected
5% of sales
GST paid 5% of purchases
GST payable
(GST receivable)
January
$27 345.00
$7 391.60
$19 953.40
February
12 200.00
3 475.00
8 725.00
March
29 400.00
43 300.00
(13 900.00)
April
32 515.00
22 500.00
10 015.00
May
7 840.00
4 904.90
2 935.10
5-month totals
$109 300.00
$81 571.50
$27 728.50

2.Riza’s revenue of $28 350 includes 5% GST.

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Business Math News Box
1.Resale home: Tax exempt = no tax
New home: GST payable = 0.05($500 000) = $25 000
2.HST payable = 0.13($500 000) = $65 000
3.PST payable = 0.08($500 000) = $40 000
Provincial rebate applies to first $400 000 paid for the home
= 0.75(0.08)($400 000) = $24 000 maximum
Additional tax on new home = 40 000 – 24 000 = $16 000

Total taxes payable on new home after rebate:
GST component + PST component = 0.05($500 000) + $16 000 = $41 000
Alternatively,
$65 000 HST less rebate = $65 000 – 24 000 = $41 000
Review Exercise
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