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# An employee is paid 1.5 times the regular hourly rate for

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An employee is paid 1.5 times the regular hourly rate for [#permalink]  23 May 2006, 18:29
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An employee is paid 1.5 times the regular hourly rate for each hour worked in excess of 40 hours per week, excluding Sunday and 2 times the regular hourly rate for each hour worked on Sunday. How much was the employee paid last week?
1) The employee's regular hourly rate is \$10.
2) Last week the employee worked a total of 54 hours but did not work more than 8 hours on any day.
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Re: DS: Hourly rate [#permalink]  23 May 2006, 18:43
E.
1 says nothing so not sufficient.
2. says partially and is still insufficient.

1 and 2 taken togather also not sufficient to say how many houre he/she orked on sat. sun and weekdays.
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[#permalink]  23 May 2006, 18:50
Agree with HIMALAYA, E it is.
Not enough information.
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[#permalink]  23 May 2006, 20:41
E too..

He could have worked:
1. Weekday 48h + Sunday 6
2. Weekday 47h + Sunday 7
3. Weekday 46h + Sunday 8
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[#permalink]  23 May 2006, 20:43
St1:
Insufficient. We have no idea how many hours he worked.

St2:
We do not know the rate. So we can't calculate his pay last week. Insufficient.

Using St1 and St2:
If he worked 8 hours from Mon to Sat --> 6*8 = 48, then on Sunday, he would have worked 6 hours.

If he worked 5 hours from Mon to Sat --> 5*8 = 40, then on Sunday, he would have worked 14 hours.

We can't work out the correct pay if we do not know how many hours he worked each day. Insufficient.

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[#permalink]  24 May 2006, 02:15
Good trap.

Answer is E. We donot know how many hours he worked each day. Most important on Sunday
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[#permalink]  24 May 2006, 15:34
i agree with E

i remember seeing this problem somewhere but I cannot put my hand on it?? is this from GMATPrep?
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