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I am not able to understand the bolded part of thequestion clearly could anybody explain me please ?

Simon arrived at work at 8.15 AM and left work at 10.30 PM. If simon gets paid by the hour at a rate of $10 and time and 1/2 for any hours worked over 8 in a day. How much did simon get paid?

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time and a half is the standard overtime pay in the US. If you make X dollars and hour, then time and a half would be 1.5X.

In this case he's making $10/hr, time and a half would be 1.5*10 = $15/hr.

He works 14 hours 15 minutes between 8:15 and 10:30. That's 8 hours at $10/hr and 6.25 hours at $15/hr.

(8*10)+(6.25*15)= 80+(62.5+31.25)=80+93.75=$173.75
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